Pulp Slam Featuring Zeke Russell - October 6, 2017


October 6 Pulp Slam Featuring Zeke Russell Event Page on Facebook

Friday, October 6, 2017
West End Event Space
Eastworks
See timing below.

Pulp Slam is Easthampton’s new poetry slam. Every 1st and 3rd Friday Pulp has a poetry slam, a poetry feature, and a music open mic.

Doors open and sign-ups begin at 7:30 PM 
Show starts at 8:30 PM
Eastworks is accessible by the R41 PVTA bus line
Parking lot on site
Pulp Slam will happen in room 160 (1st floor by the West Entrance)
All ages welcome on the mic and in the audience
$5 admission, cash and cards accepted
Ages 17 and under get in FREE


Our open slams are two rounds. Each poem is allowed a 3 minutes with a 10 second grace period. Round one sees 8 poets. Top four scores move on to round two. Scores are cumulative. First place wins $10.



ZEKE RUSSELL grew up in Central Maine surrounded by artists and lumberjacks. Since then he's been a cook, a teacher, a security guard and a social worker. He was a member of the 2016 and 2017 Boston Poetry Slam Teams, and the 2011 Mill City Slam Team. He was the color commentator for the Slam Center podcast which covered the 2013 national poetry slam. His work has appeared in Drunk In A Midnight Choir, Wyvern Lit, Maps For Teeth and Printer's Devil Review. He lives in Cambridge and is a little bit ashamed of that. He owns the world's worst behaved pug dog and usually needs a hair cut.


Our poetry slam and feature will be followed by a music open mic. All music welcome.

Learn more at pulpslam.com