Celebrate New Author, Share and Revel in Bilingual Poetry: TONIGHT in Providence with Isis Storm and Venus Sings

8 Dec
“To witness and support another woman of color who has met her destiny as a published author – that is the essence of what Isis Storm is here to do.  For it to be a woman of color living in RI, who was born and raised in Spain and who wrote the book in Spanish – that is a demonstration of how we navigate, join and promote both a local and global consciousness.”  – Isis Storm Co-founder, Reza Clifton

Native Tongues & Spoken Word:

Bilingual Poetry and Open Mic Night

TONIGHT, Thursday, December 8, 2011

7:00-10:00 PM

The Roots Cultural Center

276 Westminster Street

Providence, RI 02903

$5 to enter, $3 for students

Open mic* sign up at 7 PM or email singsvenus@gmail.com

*For poets, storytellers, and other lyricists and performers sharing works in English, Spanish, French and/or any language of their choosing.

Presented by Isis Storm and VenusSings.com, Carolina Diaz presents readings from her newly released book, “Mi Madre Es Una Estrella,” a novel about a woman who finds strength in the ancient lineage of women healers and herbalists in West Africa.

The night also includes the return of Haitian Singer-Songwriter, Marc Dorcean; music by (me) Venus Sings / DJ Reza Wreckage; AND a preview performance of “Holiday Traditions” and “A Kwanzaa Song,” two productions coming up from Mixed Magic Theatre.


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