Thomas Fucaloro at Rimes of the Ancient Mariner Spoken Word and Open Mic
1st Avenue & East 5th Street
New York, NY 10009
Come out to February’s installment of the Rimes of the Ancient Mariner Monthly Spoken Word and Open Mic series, featuring Thomas Fucaloro, author of It Starts From the Belly and Blooms.
“Rimes of The Ancient Mariner,”
An exciting monthly “Spoken Word” Open Mic venue for Performance Poets, Writers, Monologists Memoirists, Barroom Bards, and Storytellers.
Produced and hosted
Phillip Giambri aka “The Ancient Mariner” .
The last Wednesday of every month
@Three of Cups Lounge
83 First Avenue @ 5th. Street, NY NY
6:00pm – Open Mic signup
Fifteen Open Mic slots plus four featured performers.
Curtain up at 6:30pm SHARP
21 and over only
Featured “Silver Tongued Devils”
Wednesday February 25, 2015
Edmund Siejka is a poet and actor whose poetry has appeared in various publications. He has given numerous readings in venues ranging from dive bars in New York to colleges on Long Island. His first book of poetry, When Yesterday Was Today, is about everyday people and poignant poems reflecting common family values. His latest book, East of Seventh, due for an early 2015 release, is about his memories of the Lower East Side and the East Village. A grandfather of three, Ed and his wife live on Long Island where Ed continues to commute to work in New York via the much maligned Long Island Railroad.
Margarette Wahl born and raised on Long Island and has spent most her life in Massapequa. She’s worked in Special Education for 14 years. Margarette is a member of Performance Poets Association. She is an advisor for the Nassau County Poet Laureate Society and is also a member of Bards Initiative which is a non-profit poetry organization on Long Island. She placed First in Princess Ronkonkoma Poetry Contest in 2013 and 2014, Honorable Mention in the Plainview Mid-Island Y-JCC Poetry Contest 2014, and placed third place in Local Gems National Poetry Month Chapbook Publishing Contest. Recently, her poem “Beautiful Beyond Band-aids” got her a 2015 Push-cart Nomination by Bards Initiative. She is currently a semi-finalist in two New York City contests.
Thomas Fucaloro is NYC poet and founding editor of Great Weather for Media and editor of Staten Island’s new literary magazine NYSAI. His latest book “It Starts from the Belly and Blooms” is out now, published by Three Rooms Press. He teaches poetry workshops at the NEON Bronx Probation Center, Writopia Lab, and The Acorn Youth Treatment Center. He holds an MFA in creative writing from the New School. His poems have been published by: The Best American Poetry Website, Uphook Press, Stained Sheets, Maintenant: A Dada Journal, Tribes, Brownstone Poets, By the Overpass, The Red Wheelbarral, Green Pavilion Anthology, Keep This Bag Away from Children, Awosting Alchemy, Anatomy, Clutching at Straws, Idiom, Statement of Record, Short, Fast and Deadly and Eleven and a half. Thomas has performed all over the country from Bus Boys and Poets to California. He has performed at this following colleges: The New School, St. John’s University, College of Staten Island, and Carlton College. He participated in the 2014 National Poetry Slam Competition in Oakland, CA as a member of the LouderArts Slam Team. Recently he has been nominated as Staten Island’s Best Writer of 2014 by Staten Island Arts.
Eve Blackwater began her career as an actress at age seven, when she accidentally wound up cast as the Cheshire Cat in a local production of Alice in Wonderland. She went on to graduate from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, perform in many productions of Shakespeare in the Park, write and direct her own plays, and star in the cult horror movie Gothkill. But after a few more years of directors bossing her around, Eve announced “I quit!” and ran away to become a fire-swallower in the circus. In between her death-defying acts, she taught herself to play guitar and write songs. Now she chases danger and follows adventure in her songs, drawing on the music of the Mississippi Delta and fairy tales of the brothers Grimm as inspiration.
Associate Producer: Anthony Murphy
House Manager: Russell Atwood
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