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poetry slam

n.
A spoken-word poetry competition.
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They soon launched their third album, The Good News Poetry Tour, and videoed more than fifty poetry performances at the College Unions Poetry Slam Invitational and Women of the World Poetry Slam.
In its third year, the international poetry slam competition is back with new local and international voices ready to share their work.
Around 400 people are expected tonight at the second annual Beirut Poetry Slam , where the winning contestant will be sent to the 2019 World Poetry Slam in Paris:
Summary: The second edition of the Beirut Poetry Slam is set to take place this Saturday, where 10 spoken-word poets will battle it out for the national title.
Scottish Government cabinet secretary for culture, tourism and external affairs, Fiona Hyslop said: "Using art as a conversation starter, the Scottish Youth Poetry Slam is a unique opportunity to break down barriers and for young people to talk honestly and creatively about issues affecting their lives."
The Youth Poetry Slam is part of a wider national project - the Scottish Youth Poetry Slam - and targets educational and social disadvantage.
This time, a special theme is behind the Poetry Slam: organisers would like to use art to express their support for the Za SluA!ne Slovensko / For Decent Slovakia initiative, and focus the Clash of Languages 3 on their efforts.
It was November 2017 and she had been handpicked, out of a huge pool, for the World Poetry Slam in Dallas, Texas.
The 6-week program culminated in a poetry slam attended by the entire fifth grade, their parents, and teachers.
Phoenix, AZ, January 05, 2018 --(PR.com)-- Instagram poet and author Alexander Bentley will take center stage, with thirteen other spoken word artists, at Arizona's state poetry slam championship on Saturday, January 13th.
The first Karachi qualifier of the Pakistan Poetry Slam for 16+ age group organised by the Spoken Stage at T2F from 5 to 7pm.
JLJ: One of the earliest things I try to do in the book is inform folks that there is no genre called poetry slam. Slam is a competition in which a range of modes and genres exist.