(CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19) Infinite Lit
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About the Event
We've decided to cancel this event due to the COVID-19 pandemic cautions. We will reschedule in the future. Thank you.
The Sparkle Barn is pleased to announce an "Infinite Lit" event on Saturday, March 28, 2020 at 7:00 PM (rescheduled from February). Infinite Lit is an evening of Spoken Word Poetry co-produced by Michael Kingsbury and Bianca Zanella. Performers will stand up and in a poetic form share their original thoughts, ideas, and expressions.
This month’s show on Saturday, March 28, 2020, at the Sparkle Barn in Wallingford will begin at 7:00 PM, and the theme is “Relationships.” Up to ten open mic poets may sign up for a five to eight-minute slot. The Spring featured poets are both Luke Krueger and Caitlin Gildrien.
Luke Krueger is a playwright by trade. His work has been seen across the country and Canada. His plays are published by Playscripts, Inc., Original Works, Next Stage Press, and a variety of journals and anthologies. His plays have also been featured at The Last Frontier, Mid-America, and Comparative Drama Conferences. He was the first playwright named as the Emerging Writer-in-Residence at Penn State. Luke has returned to writing poetry over the last five years after writing a number of verse dramas: ...Of the Joy that Kills (Dansz Loop Chicago, Dance Chicago!, and Northern Illinois University); Sweetness and Light (Northern Illinois University); and Us American Players (Northern Illinois University). Luke is also a happy and active participant of the Rumpus. Luke holds a BA in English-Creative Writing from Miami University (Ohio), and an MFA in Creative Writing-Playwriting from Arizona State University. He currently lives in Manchester, Vermont, with his wife Christina, and their daughters. Josephina and Gabriella (born February 15). Luke is a proud member of the Dramatists Guild of America.
Caitlin Gildrien is a writer and visual designer who lives with her family on a 200-year-old farmstead at the feet of the Green Mountains, on sandy loam that was once the bottom of an ancient sea. Her work has appeared in the Hopper, Rattle, the Rumpus, Poets Reading the News, and more. Find her at www.cattailcreative.com or @cattail_caitlin.