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Entertainment Worldwide Network 619-639-4709 10PM EST / 7PM PST “SPOKEN WORD FOREVER” - “Slam Poetry – Poetry Readings II.” Celebrate and bring them out. A poetry slam is a competition in which poets perform original work alone or in teams. The "slam poem" is performed in a competitive environment. One of the best things about poetry slams is that they include a variety of personal pieces ranging from birth to death and everything in between. Poets are free to elaborate on any subject. Winning the poetry slam takes skill but it’s also about how the audience feels about your piece. What the audience likes this week may not spark their interest next week, therefore winning not only relies on skill it also relies on luck. There is only one formula to winning a poetry slam and that is practice, practice, practice. Poetry readings refer to all poetry performed out loud in a noncompetitive environment. They are called closed/invitational and open mic. Poets are invited by a venue to recite their piece and an audience is there to listen. There is usually one or more featured Poets and sometimes there’s a theme that revolves around the readings. Open mic is where anyone can sign up to read their poetry. Regardless of what your required taste is, Spoken Work Poetry is a state of mind. Want to learn more about poetry listen to our panelists.
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