9 Thursday / March 9, 2017

Scott Antique Market Show

10:45 am to 04:00 pm
Atlanta Expo Centers, 3650 Jonesboro Road SE, Atlanta, GA 30354

Scott Antique Markets Americas Favorite Treasure Hunts! We host the world’s largest indoor antique show every second weekend of each month at the Atlanta Expo Centers. We have an amazing 3500 exhibit booths filled with antiques and collectibles. Our next show is March 9, 10, 11 & 12th. Our show hours are Thursday 10:45am-6pm, Friday and Saturday 9am-6pm, and Sunday 10am-4pm. Admission is $5.00 and is good all weekend.


9 Thursday / March 9, 2017

Players Pub Spoken Word Series

06:00 pm to 09:00 pm
Players Pub

Sponsored by Writers Guild at Bloomington
Tony Brewer
Eric Rensberger
Joan Hawkins
poetry band from Evansville

There will also be an open mic.

TONY BREWER is chair of the Writers Guild at Bloomington, executive director of the Spoken Word Stage at the 4th Street Arts Festival, and festival director for Slam Camp at Indiana University. He was nominated for a 2016 Pushcart Prize and he has been a regular reader for the radio programs Books Unbound on WFHB and Anthology on WFIU.

ERIC RENSBERGER has been writing and performing his poetry in Boomington since 1979. He is not afraid to make a fool of himself in public. His involvement in various forms of roots/Americana music has made him familiar with the friendly folks at Players Pub. He is excited to be involved with this new series.

JOAN HAWKINS writes creative nonfiction and performs Spoken Word. She’s the coordinator of the Writer’s Guild First Sunday Prose Series (so if you’re a prose writer, you should talk to her) and she serves on the Board of The Burroughs Century. She is currently co-editing an anthology on the writer William S. Burroughs, and is a lifelong Leonard Cohen fan.

You loved them at 4th Street Festival! Here they come!
SHAKESPEARE’S MONKEY was formed in 1999 by Bill Sovern and Jean Ann Kizer. Hailing from Evansville IN, the Monkeys are a performance group that fuses poetry & music, transforming personal experience into metaphor. They have performed in NYC poetry venues such as Dixon Place, CBGB’s, The Poetry Project at St. Marks, The Nuyorican, and Gathering of the Tribes, as well as Gonzo Fest and Insomniacathon Online Poetry Festival.

Spoken Word

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