Boston Poetry Marathon 2017 - Schedule Now Available #bpm17

Live Poetry Fresh Killed Sign by Jim Behrle
"Live Poetry Fresh Killed" Sign for the Boston Poetry Marathon

BOSTON POETRY MARATHON 2017 SCHEDULE  #bpm17

All events are at

Outpost 186
186 1/2 Hampshire St in Inman Sq
Cambridge, MA

Friday 8/18
7 pm - 10:30 pm

Saturday 8/19 
12 pm - 5:30 pm and 7 - 10:30pm

Sunday 8/20
12 pm - 5:30 pm

***Every Poet Reads 8 Minutes Each***

Look to the Facebook Event Page for the latest news!
 https://www.facebook.com/events/135661160366542/

Website: https://bostonpoetrymarathon.wordpress.com/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bostonpoetrymarathon/ @bostonpoetrymarathon

Friday

7:00 William Walsh
7:08 Jon Woodward
7:16 Christie Towers
7:24 Kenyatta JP Garcia
7:32 Jim Dunn
7:40 Jean Dany Joachim

Break

7:50 Cheryl Clark Vermeulen
7:58 Ryan DiPetta
8:06 Jess Mynes
8:14 Jessica Bozek
8:22 Randolph Pfaff
8:30 Christina Davis

Break

8:42 Stephanie Taylor
8:50 Karen Locascio
8:58 Kevin Gallagher
9:06 Judson Evans
9:14 Jordan Davis
9:22 Carla Schwartz
9:30 Alifair Skebe

Break

9:40 Paige Taggart
9:48 David Rivard
9:56 Simeon Berry
10:04 Sampson Starkweather
10:12 Darcie Denningan
10:20 Joe Elliot
10:28 David Blair

end of night


Sat Day

12:00 Kythe Heller
12:08 Andrew K. Peterson
12:16 Laurin Macios
12:24 Katie Raddatz
12:32 Jonathan Pappas
12:40 Darren Black

Break

12:50 Chad Parenteau
12:58 Martha McCollough
1:06 Rob Arnold
1:14 Heather Hughes
1:22 Ellen Steinbaum
1:30 Anne Champion

Break

1:44 Tom Daley
1:52 Chloe Garcia Roberts
2:00 MP Carver
2:08 Julia Story
2:16 Hamdi Mohamed
2:24 Olivia Thomes

Break

2:36 Audrey Mardavich
2:44 Daniel Pritchard
2:52 Clay Ventre
3:00 Simone John
3:08 Claudia Amador
3:16 Kurt Klopmeier

Break

3:30 Samuel Ace
3:38 Heather Treseler
3:46 Gilmore Tamny
3:54 Maureen Thorson
4:02 Wendy Mnookin
4:10 Ben Mazer

Break

4:22 Janaka Stucky
4:30 Brittany Billmeyer-Finn
4:38 Zoe Tuck
4:46 Maria Damon
4:54 JD Debris
5:02 Adam Tedesco

Break

5:12 Mairead Byrne
5:20 David Rich
5:28 Suzanne Mercury

~Dinner~


Sat Night

7:00 Sam Cha
7:08 Susana Gardner
7:16 Joanna Fuhrman
7:24 Gale Batchelder
7:32 Mark Lamoreaux
7:40 Jasmine Dreame Wagner

Break

7:52 Jennifer Marie Bartlett
8:00 John Mulrooney
8:08 Carrie Bennett
8:16 Jim Stewart
8:24 Annie Won
8:32 Brenda Ijima

Break

8:46 Aaron Kiely
8:54 Sean Cole
9:02 Molly McGuire
9:10 Rob Macdonald
9:18 Gabriela Garcia
9:26 Jaime Zuckerman

Break

9:38 Trace Peterson
9:46 Christina Strong
9:54 Douglas Rothschild
10:12 Mitch Highfill
10:20 Emily Dickinson
10:28 Jane Austen

end of night


Sun

12:00 Alice Weiss
12:08 James Stotts
12:16 Pam Matz
12:24 Jennifer Martelli
12:32 Josh Cook
12:40 Kevin Carey

Break

12:50 Meia Geddes
12:58 J.D. Scrimgeour
1:06 Lisa Marie Martin
1:14 Keith Jones
1:22 January O’Neil
1:30 Lisa DeSiro

Break

1:44 Patrick Pritchett
1:52 Toni Bee
2:00 Alyssa Mazzarella
2:08 Carol Berg
2:16 Dan Wuenschel
2:24 Christine Tierney

Break

2:36 Bridget Eileen
2:44 Arthur Rimbaud
2:52 Vanesa Pacheco
3:00 Florine Melnyk
3:08 Ros Zimmermann
3:16 Dennis Nurkse

Break

3:30 Masada Jones
3:38 Abigail Cook
3:46 Gerrit Lansing
3:54 Anthony Cueller
4:02 Kathleen Lake
4:10 Carol Weston

Break

4:22 Amanda Cook
4:30 Lloyd Schwartz
4:38 James Cook
4:46 Charlotte Seley
4:54 Zachary Bos
5:02 Christina Liu

Break

5:12 Nausheen Eusuf
5:20 Mark Pawlak
5:28 Rob Chalfen

The End

186 Hampshire St Inman Square Cambridge
The Boston Poetry Marathon takes place at 186 1/2 Hampshire St in Inman Sq, Cambridge

Bridget Eileen reading her poetry at the 2015 Boston Poetry Marathon
That's me! I'm reading poetry! I love reading my poetry!

Room for Rent in Federal Hill Neighborhood of Providence. Rate is $445 a month to start Sep 1.


bedroom for rent in Providence RI $445 a month starting Sep 1
Room for Rent Starting Sep 1 for $445/month
Located in Federal Hill, Providence, RI

Room for Rent in Federal Hill Neighborhood of Providence. Rate is $445 a month to start Sep 1. 


kitchen of apartment in federal hill rhode island
Hi everyone! I have a room for rent in my really cute apartment in a great location between Atwells and Broadway in the Federal hill area of Providence, Rhode Island. It's a cozy home with a patio, a big kitchen, and a second bedroom with a HUGE closet! The apartment is fully furnished except for the bedroom that you'd move into. I love this location, since it is walking distance to a lot of great attractions in the area, including parks, shops, arts venues, and restaurants.

Apartment Details

living room for apartment in federal hillRent is $445/month plus utilities, which vary depending on the season, with gas heat and electricity. First and deposit are due on signing the sublet which runs to July 2018 with a possibility to continue after that. Looking for someone for Sep 1 or sooner. Off-street parking is available for a yearly fee. Big kitchen with dishwasher, on-site coin-op laundry in basement, cable and wifi available. LOTS of closet space in 12.5'x9.5' bedroom. Sadly, no pets allowed. Close to Atwells Ave, Broadway, and the highway.

About Me

seating area of living room in federal hill apartmentI'm a working professional in a non-profit field, I am tidy (but not a neat freak), and I like to be friends with my roomate. Outside work, I like going to all kinds of performing arts events, I am a writer, I'm into vintage style, and I do a little gardening -- all things you can tell from this style blog!

If you're interested, please respond to the Craigslist posting:

http://providence.craigslist.org/roo/6244279509.html




More photos of the bedroom:

12.5' x 9.5' Bedroom for Rent in Federal Hill, Providence $445/month starting Sep 1
12.5' x 9.5' Bedroom for Rent in Federal Hill, Providence
$445/month starting Sep 1


Closet Section 1

Closet Section 2

Overhead closet storage

I'm Reading in New Orleans This Week at Esoterotica on Wednesday April 19

esoterotica reading series in new orleans - bridget eileen on april 19

Bridget Eileen Reading in New Orlean's Literary Reading Series, Esoterotica - This Wednesday Night, April 19


Hi everyone! If you are in the area already or if you're coming to the New Orleans Poetry Festival a day early and looking for something to do on Wednesday, come see me along with other great writers at Esoterotica: SeductionConnectionIntimacy Starts in the Mind, this Wednesday night, April 19.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1774663812851754/

Full Details: 
Wednesday, April 19th
Doors at 7pm, Show at 8pm
The AllWays Lounge
2240 St. Claude Ave. NOLA
No Cover
www.esoterotica.com
info@esoterotica.com
Twitter: @EsoteroticaNOLA

Intuition - How Using It Can Save You a Lot (money, energy, time) from Kate Northrup

Kate Northrup Financial Wellness Expert


From Kate Northrup: "How to Use Your Intuition to Save Massive Amounts of Time, Energy and Money"

Love this post from financial wellness expert, Kate Northrup. I'm in the middle of reading a book about intuition, that Kate's mom, Christiane Northrup, wrote the foreward for, called "Awakening Intuition" by Mona Lisa Schulz. 

Awakening Intuition by Mona Lisa Schulz on Amazon


I'm not surprised that there's overlap for what Schulz says about about intuition and what Kate Northrup does about about financial wellness. I've been quiet on the creative front lately, because I've been focusing on getting my finances straightened. They were really really messy. So messy that I wasn't really able to concentrate on creativity. It's like that Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs. My financial ones were not met at all, making time for creativity very sparse because a lot of energy was going into making ends meet.  

In coming posts, I'll be talking more about what-all I've been up to, since now that I'm out of the weeds, I want everyone to feel better, like I feel. In the meantime, follow Kate. She's great and has goos stuff to share. 


How to Use Your Intuition to Save Massive Amounts of Money by Kate Northrup


Follow Kate at: http://katenorthrup.com/

Boston Women's March - January 21, 2017 - Boston Common

Boston Women's March Sign - Putin as Big Brother
Boston Women's March Sign - Putin as Big Brother

The Boston Women's March for America , January 21, 2017, at the Boston Common

On Saturday, January 21, 2017 almost 200,000 people gathered at Boston Common for the Boston Women's March for America. Over 5 million people worldwide, including 1 million in Washington DC gathered together to protest and send a message, that the electoral winner of the election and his agenda is not supported by a majority.

That was day one of the resistance, but it was just the beginning. For more information on continuing action, go to the following websites:
https://www.womensmarch.com/
https://www.inequalitymedia.org/

And especially:
https://www.indivisibleguide.com/


Crowds over 200k at the Boston Common for the Boston Women's March
Crowds over 200k at the Boston Common for the Boston Women's March

The crowd along Charles St section of Boston Common  for the Boston Women's March
The crowd along Charles St section of Boston Common
for the Boston Women's March

200,000 plus Protesters Exercise Their First Amendment Rights  Under a Large American Flag at the Boston Women's March
200,000 plus Protesters Exercise Their First Amendment Rights
Under a Large American Flag at the Boston Women's March

Crowds gather at Boston Common to watch speakers  Mayor Walsh, Senator Warren and Senator Markey  at the Boston Women's March
Crowds gather at Boston Common to watch speakers
Mayor Walsh, Senator Warren and Senator Markey 
at the Boston Women's March

Boston Common was filled to capacity for the Boston Women's March Attendees climbed fences to get a better view of the speakers
Boston Common was filled to capacity for the Boston Women's March
Attendees climbed fences to get a better view of the speakers

"Though she be but little, she is fierce" A young girl attends the Boston Women's March
"Though she be but little, she is fierce"
A young girl attends the Boston Women's March

"A Woman's Place is in the House...& the Senate" Sign at the Boston Women's March
"A Woman's Place is in the House...& the Senate" Sign
at the Boston Women's March

Boston Common filled to the brim for the  Boston Women's March on Jan 21, 2017
Boston Common filled to the brim for the
Boston Women's March on Jan 21, 2017

Pink Knit Pussy Hats as far as the eye can see at the Boston Women's March, Jan 21, 2017
Pink Knit Pussy Hats as far as the eye can see
at the Boston Women's March, Jan 21, 2017

Boston's Common filled with protesters at the Boston Women's March
Boston's Common filled with protesters at the Boston Women's March

Boston Women's March sign: "In my USA we VALUE & RESPECT  women, immigrants, LGBTQ, Muslim, Jewish, Christians, &  BLACK LIVES *do* MATTER. This is still our nation."
Boston Women's March sign: "In my USA we VALUE & RESPECT
women, immigrants, LGBTQ, Muslim, Jewish, Christians, &
BLACK LIVES *do* MATTER. This is still our nation."

Cute Little Doggie Wearing "Trump is rabid!!!"  protest sign at the Boston Women's March
Cute Little Doggie Wearing "Trump is rabid!!!"
protest sign at the Boston Women's March

"I'm with Her" sign with arrows everywhere for the Women's March in Boston
"I'm with Her" sign with arrows everywhere for the Women's March in Boston

Why I March sign: Racism, Criminal Justice Reform, Equality,  Planned Parenthood, the future, Climate change, For Her, Women's Rights, Science
Why I March sign: Racism, Criminal Justice Reform, Equality,
Planned Parenthood, the future, Climate change, For Her, Women's Rights, Science

Edgar Allan Poe Statue wearing protest sign and pussy hat at the entrance to the Boston Common for the  Boston Women's March, January 21, 2017
Edgar Allan Poe Statue wearing protest sign and pussy hat
at the entrance to the Boston Common for the
Boston Women's March, January 21, 2017

Fallopian Tube Sign, with a message for the GOP  Boston Women's March, January 21, 2017
Fallopian Tube Sign, with a message for the GOP
Boston Women's March, January 21, 2017

View all my photos from the march at:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/bridgeteileen/sets/72157675889431173

I Have a Poem Published in a New, Single-Issue Literary Magazine of Political Resistance, Hineni Magazine

http://hinenimagazine.com/images/Andrea.jpg
Cover of Hineni Magazine by Andrea Baker

Bridget Eileen Poem Published in Hineni Magazine, January 2017


Publishers and editors Jennifer Marie Bartlett and Jim Stewart produced a single-issue literary magazine of political resistance, to coincide with the annual New Year's Day marathon reading at the Poetry Project. Hineni Magazine is available online at

http://hinenimagazine.com/

You can find my poem under my name, Bridget Eileen. It's titled "Cram Your Way Into Her Body."

http://hinenimagazine.com/bridget_eileen.html

In 2011-12, I set out to write a poem a day for a year, from April to April. In February of that year, while watching Rachel Maddow on MSNBC, I created this poem, in response to then-Virginia governor Bob McDonnell proposing that every woman who sought an abortion would have to have a state-mandated vaginal probe before going through with the procedure. The gross unconstitutional invasion of privacy was mostly an Anti-Privacy (that is my term for so-called Pro Life voters and politicians) means of fundraising, rather than actually trying to do anything that was medically sound or necessary, nor useful to ending Roe v Wade. That is what prompted the content of my poem in this magazine of political resistance.