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Second Saturday Poetry Open Mic with David Anthony Martin

May 14 @ 7:00 am - 9:00 pm

The Corazón de Trinidad Creative District is pleased to announce another amazing Second Saturday Open Mic for poets and all literary souls. The evening begins at 7 pm with featured writer David Anthony Martin; the microphone then opens to all who would like to share their creative literary efforts. The Open Mic takes place at the Corazón de Trinidad Creative District meeting space at 210 West Main Street in historic, Trinidad, Colorado.

David Anthony Martin is an environmental educator, poet, writer, columnist, and author of four collections of poetry, Span, Deepening the Map, Bijoux and The Ground Nest. He lives in the Wet Mountains in southern Colorado. He is the founder and editor of Middle Creek Publishing & Audio. He also works in several capacities for the Nature & Wildlife Discovery Center in Beulah and Pueblo, Colorado and has written a weekly column for their Nature’s Classroom column in the Pueblo Chieftain over the last two years. He served as the judge for the Eugene V. Shea National Poetry contest for 2022.

This event is free and open to the public.

This event is sponsored in part by the Corazón de Trinidad Creative District, Trinidad Community Foundation/City of Trinidad Community Grant Program, and Colorado Creative Industries.

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May 14
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7:00 am - 9:00 pm
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Corazón de Trinidad Creative District
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Corazón de Trinidad Creative District
210 W. Main Street
Trinidad, CO 81082 United States
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