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Writer’s Voice Cafe
June 13, 2018 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Writer’s Voice Cafe
Wednesday, June 13
This month, the Provincetown Public Library continues its collaborative effort with the renowned Writers Voice Café. Continuing to further its mission of becoming a center for cultural storytelling in our community, the Library is working with the founding members of the Writer’s Voice Café to produce a series of monthly Cafés, Writing Workshops and Annual Events in 2018. Founded by Dian Hamilton with Hilde Oleson and Lorraine Kujawa joining shortly thereafter, the Writer’s Voice Café provides writers of all media opportunities to share their work and to connect with others in the community for support and inspiration.
On Wednesday, June 13, the Writer’s Voice Café will feature performance poet and photographer Bobby Miller. Bobby will be reading/performing work from his collection Troubleblonde: Poems, Short Stories, Monologues, and Letters. For adults over 18 only.
The May Writer’s Voice Café event at the Provincetown Public Library will be held in the Marc Jacobs Reading Room on Wednesday, June 13 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm. Open Mic begins the evening. Coffee, tea, and snacks will be served. Everyone is welcome! Free will donation. Wheelchair accessible.
About Bobby: Bobby Miller is a performance poet and photographer. He is the author of Troubleblonde, a collection of poems, short stories, monologues and letters, A Downtown State of Mind: NYC 1973 – 1983, and three books of poetry: Benestrific Blonde, Mouth Of Jane, and Rigamarole. He can also be found in several poetry anthologies including: Aloud: Voices from The Nuyorican Poets Café, Verses That Hurt; Pleasure and Pain from the Poemfone Poets, and The Outlaw Bible of American Poets. Mr. Miller is also on the Compilation CD Home Alive with Pearl Jam, Joan Jett, Heart, Jim Carroll and others. He is currently at work on PORTRAITS: 30 years of people in NYC and an anthology of all of his writings and poetry entitled All Bobby All The Time to be published in the 2019. He makes his home in Provincetown, MA after thirty years in New York City.