Prolific digital artist and speculative writer Robert Zwillig will be filling in for Frank Chambers and Ralph Nazareth as guest host of tonight's Open Mic poetry program at Barnes & Noble in Stamford, where all are invited to have a listen, or to bring something to read, either of their own creation, or by a beloved writer.
Following up on his November featured reading, where he shared material from last June's Modern Primitive Poetry 36 Illustrated Titles With Out The Words and other titles, Robert is a familiar, active member of Tuesday Night At Curley's/PoemAlley and is known for his satirical genre-bending/blending approach to the associations between the environmental, the technological and the socio/economic—not only in terms of where such associations find us at the moment and may be taking us, but even where they might have taken us, too, as described in the 2018 three-part short story, Steam Age Fighter.
Founded by Frank Chambers, Barnes & Noble’s Open Mic Poetry meets the second Monday of each month in the Music/Movies section on the main floor of the bookstore (located in the Stamford Town Center), beginning at 7:15 p.m.
For more information, contact:
Barnes & Noble
100 Greyrock Place, Suite H009
Stamford, CT 06906