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13 September

September lowercase feat. Regie Cabico and Danielle Evannou

September 13 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

It’s the September edition of the lowercase! Join us at our monthly reading series for volunteers and friends of 826DC.

This month’s reading will feature local writers Regie Cabico and Danielle Evannou.

Regie Cabico is a spoken word pioneer having won The Nuyorican Poets Cafe Grand Slam and later taking top prizes in three National Poetry Slams. Television credits include 2 seasons of HBO’s Def Poetry Jam, NPR’sSnap Judgement & MTV’s Free Your Mind. His work appears in over 30 anthologies including Aloud: Voices from the Nuyorican Poets Café, Spoken Word Revolution & The Outlaw Bible of American Poetry. Mr. Cabico received the 2006 Writers for Writers Award from Poets & Writers for his work teaching at-risk youth at Bellevue Hospital. As a theater artist he received three New York Innovative Theater Award Nominations for his work in Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind with a win for Best Performance Art Production The Kenyon Review recently named Regie Cabico the “Lady Gaga of Poetry” and he has been listed in BUST magazine’s 100 Men We Love. He has shared the stage with Patti Smith, Allen Ginsberg and through Howard Zinn’s Portraits Project at NYU, has performed with Stanley Tucci, Jesse Eisenberg & Lupe Fiasco.

Danielle Evennou is a writer who grew up in suburban New Jersey. For over a decade, she has kept herself busy by hosting poetry readings, workshops, and open mics in Washington, DC. Her poetry and memoir appear in aptBeltway Poetry QuarterlyDryland, and Split Lip Magazine. With the help of therapy, she is learning how to calm the f*** down. Find out more about Danielle and her work at www.whatevennou.com.

Interested in sharing your work at the lowercase? We’d love that! Email lowercase@826dc.org to let us know.

Details

Date:
September 13
Time:
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Venue

Petworth Citizen
829 Upshur St NW
Washington, DC 20011 United States
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