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Montana Poetry Day this Fri 11


Montana Poetry Day this Fri 11 + YOU can win $200 in the slam!

Poetry Day always goes off here at the Temple, so be here on this Friday 11 July from 7.30pm for some of the best and funkiest entertainment in town!

PLUS

YOU can perform! Be in for $200 first prize in the poetry slam (+ other prizes). More details below:

Montana Poetry Day Special Guest Poets: Graham Brazier and Mahinarangi Tocker Also 2003 Billy T Award nominee Hot Pink Poetry As well as the 2003 Montana Poetry Slam (3 min or less) With $200 First Prize plus other prizes Register on the night. $5 entry. M.C Michael Rudd

Thinking of entering the Montana Poetry Slam?, with $200 First Prize Then here's what you need to know:

All Poems must be Original Poems to be 3 minutes or less Time starts when you starting speaking (including introduction, preamble etc.) No Music No Props

Judging Criteria Slam judged on audience response Judges will be audience members No Slam Participants will Judge Scores 1-10 Points deducted for going over time

You should be prepared to perform up to 3 pieces 1 first round 2 finals 3 in case of a tie there will be a final slam

Registration is open to all on the night Running order will be drawn at random (from a hat etc.)

We reserve the right to limit the number of entries. any further info contact Michael Rudd mailto:oralink@hotmail.com

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