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Folk Jazz Poetry Amongst the Bookshelves

When:

Sat 24 Aug 2019, 5:00pm–6:30pm

Where: McLeods Book Sellers, 1148 Pukuatua St, Rotorua, Bay of Plenty

Restrictions: All Ages

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For music and poetry lovers, time for indulgence and inspiration when folk- jazz and poetry meet amongst the bookshelves of Rotorua's acclaimed McLeod's Booksellers.

The evening features:
- Siobhan Harvey acclaimed poet, prose writer, editor, reviewer, and lecturer of creative writing at Auckland University of Technology.

- Hanna Wiskari-Griffiths saxophonist & Tristan Hancock guitarist (https://www.facebook.com/pg/tristanandhanna) and explorers of the world of jazz world and Swedish traditional music who will also create improvised soundscapes with influences from India and Aotearoa in an exciting collaboration with

- Angela Frank, Rotorua poet, performer and arts advocate.

- Plus spot readings by invited local poets.

The event is suitable for all ages however may have more appeal to adults. A koha/ donation is most welcome.

Event supported by McLeod Booksellers and Rotorua Lakes Council, and is organised by Frank Walker - an art collaboration of Angela Frank and Jill Walker.

For further information about this event contact Jill or Angela email poetrybombrotorua@gmail.com.

Plus Check out www.facebook.com/PoetryBOMBrotorua for more information of events & activities happening between 19th August and 3rd September, including ‘Ngā Kupu o Ngā Wahine - Words of Women’ open mic poetry, Poetry in Windows, Poetry on Te Aka Mauri - Rotorua Library Community Pride Screen, Rotorua Mad Poets Rhythm and Rhyme and more.

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