Women of the World Poetry Slam

Women of the World Poetry Slam

Clementine Von Radics

Mon · February 5, 2018

8:00 pm

$8.00 - $10.00

Women of the World Poetry Slam
Women of the World Poetry Slam
Spokane Poetry Slam is hosting their first official qualifying competition to send a representative to Dallas, Texas, this March 14th-17th to the 2018 Women of the World Poetry Slam.

Join us on Monday, February 5th at The Bartlett! We will also have an amazing feature from Clementine von Radics!
The competition features eight female/non-binary poets, as well as two sacrifice poets. The competing poets are as follows: Misty Shipman, Sydney Stuckey, Devin Devine, Rachel Ferguson, Danielle Estelle, Shantell Jackson, Tonee Moore, and Sophia Aldous.

Poets competing will compete in three rounds, with their scores accumulated throughout the competition. The poets will share a 4 minute poem, 1 minute poem, and 2 minute poem. Five random audience members will be judges.

Tickets will be available in advance ASAP through the Bartlett for $8, anI $10 at the door.
Clementine Von Radics
Clementine Von Radics
Clementine von Radics is a queer femme writer based in Portland, Oregon. Their work explores themes of identity, mental illness, trauma, and recovery. Clementine has represented Portland at the Individual World Poetry Slam, Iational Poetry Slam, and Women of the World Poetry Slam. They are one of the founding collective members Slamlandia Poetry Slam, and serve as Slam Master of the Portland Poetry Slam. They have performed in five countries and 48 states.

Poems from their first chapbook “As Often As Miracles” were adapted into a song cycle by Stephen Schwartz, which made it’s debut at Carnegie Hall in May of 2016. I

Their poem “For Teenage Girls” has been featured on Huffington Post, Upworthy, Everyday Feminism, and was chosen by Button Poetry as their 4th best poem of 2015. “For Teenage Girls” has since been adapted into an illustrated gift book by Andrews McMeel Universal.

Clementine’s first full-length collection, Mouthful of Forevers, was released in April 2015 by Andrews McMeel Universal, it appeared on multiple bestseller lists and was a Goodreads choice nominee for Best Poetry Book. Her second collection, Dream Girl, was released in December 2015 by Where Are You Press. Their most recent chapbook, O Mistress Mine, was released in November 2017.
Venue Information:
The Bartlett
228 W Sprague Ave
Spokane, WA, 99201