twas my last outing
National Poetry Month
enjoyed it with you
all photos by Jerry T Johnson
Feel free to use them just
credit the website
Let me introduce the staff of my organization: Jerry T Johnson, Poetry
Founder – Jerry T Johnson
Treasurer – Jerry T Johnson
Marketing Head – Jerry T Johnson
Program Director – Jerry T Johnson
Production Mgr. – Jerry T Johnson
Receptionist – Jerry T Johnson
Admin Assistant – Jerry T Johnson
Table/Chairs Setup – Jerry T Johnson
Doorman – Jerry T Johnson
Usher – Jerry T Johnson
Host – Jerry T Johnson
Table/Chairs Breakdown – Jerry T Johnson
Janitor – Jerry T Johnson
And you know what, I enjoy it all! But as I grow, i plan to fill these positions with others at a later time.
Very Much Appreciation
I’m starting a short series of posts wherein I Thank all the curators of Poetry Features, Open Mic’s and more. I will do these in the order of who I met first.
First – InspiredWordNYC
I extend Gratitude and Very Much Appreciation to The Inspired Word NYC movement in New York City!
InspiredWordNYC supports many artists from many backgrounds and many genres with both features and open mic venues in Manhattan, Queens and Brooklyn. Many thanks to Mike Geffner and Marvin Medlinger for all the work they do and for the wonderful headshots —like the one attached to this post— they provide to open mic’ers and features free of charge. Michael and Marvin I salute you and keep on doing what you are doing!
To all my website, Twitter and Facebook followers: when you visit New York City make sure you check out InspiredWordNYC. Click the link below for more info:
“The Cold War Games” by Jerry T Johnson first appeared in Here Comes Everyone (HCE – Silhouette Press) 2017 Online Edition “Toys and Games”.
Jerry T Johnson shares this piece during his January 2019 feature at the NeuroNautic Instititute Presents event in the East Village NYC
this clip is 1 minute & 40 seconds long
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Open Mic Night at Fahrenheit Open Mic in NYC
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summer, where are you?
i stand at banks of rivers