Women of the World Poetry Slam in Columbus Oh, March 10-13, 2010

In case you haven’t heard by now, I’ll mention that Columbus, Ohio is hosting the Women of the World Poetry Slam in 2010. WOWPS will be held March 10 – 13 at various venues in the city (see below for details).

From Poetry Slam, Inc.:

“As one of the 20 biggest cities in the US and the largest city in Ohio, Columbus offers all the resource, venue and location needs for this event catering to hundreds of participants including competitors, organizers, volunteers, audience members and emcees.”

The city and the poetry nights around Columbus are proud and excited to have this event coming. Please, if you are in or near Columbus, I urge you to come out and support this event, which is sure to be high-energy, electric, exciting, and an advancement of the art of poetry slam.

The WOWPS website has a wealth of information, schedules, and etc. for this year’s slam. Please check out the following links for more information:

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About ravenswingpoetry

I am a 37 year old writer from Columbus, OH and the creator of Raven's Wing Poetry. I am a poet, seeker, fellow traveler, and Aspie.
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2 Responses to Women of the World Poetry Slam in Columbus Oh, March 10-13, 2010

  1. Yousei Hime says:

    Thank you for posting all this info. I’m hoping my calendar is free then (depends on schools).

  2. Pingback: Rachel McKibbens Features @ Writing Wrongs, March 9, 2010 « Raven’s Wing Poetry

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