Bowery Poetry Club: Poetry Spotlight

Last week, I highlighted Poetry Slam Inc., in an attempt to share some slam poetry. This week that continues as I spotlight the Bowery Poetry Club.

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Bowery Poetry Club: Poetry Spotlight

Bowery Poetry Club

Of course, there are many venues for people to read poetry in New York City, but Bowery Poetry Club was actually founded by Bob Holman, who’s been dubbed “Poetry Czar” and “Dean of the Scene.” In fact, Holman has played a pivotal role in helping to promote poetry, especially spoken word and slam poetry, around the country and world.

The Bowery Poetry Club is currently in season and has shows every Sunday and Monday. Check out their full list of events on their Facebook page here.

Personally, I’ve visited before, and it’s an intimate venue–the kind that’s perfect for poetry. You can find it at 308 Bowery (between Houston and Bleecker) in Manhattan.

In addition to performances and readings, Bowery Poetry offers poetry workshops from time to time.

Click here to learn more.


Robert Lee Brewer is the editor of Poet’s Market and author of Solving the World’s Problems. He originally heard about Bowery Poetry Club from the same source that shares all good information with him: his wife, Tammy. Follow him on Twitter @robertleebrewer.


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