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The Open Mic of the Air is a project from Poetry Spoken Here. Since most in-person poetry events are temporarily suspended due to coronavirus, this is a way for poets from around the world to connect and have a creative outlet. We are also eager to receive and share poems inspired by the recent country-wide protests against police brutality and in support of the value of black lives. This is the sixth episode of the Open Mic of the Air featuring poets from across the United States - Alaska, Montana, Virginia and more. Give a listen and submit your work for the next episode! Send a recording - 5 mins or shorter - of yourself reading one of your poems, including your name and location, to openmicoftheair@gmail.com. For full submission guidelines, check out: www.poetryspokenhere.com/open-mic-of-the-air This Week's Readers Natalie Etinoffe, Los Angeles, CA – “It is My Voice” Wayne David Hubbard, Winchester, Virginia – “Wall Street” Ann Cefola, Hudson Valley, New York – “Inventory” Caitlin M.S. Buxbaum, Wasilla, Alaska – “Pastoralis” Mark Gibbons, Missoula Montana – “Suicide Note” Ralph Carusillo, Hudson Vally, NY state – “For Some” Brian Cordell, Trumbull, Connecticut – “Spanish Moon Fall and Rise” Ralph Culver, S. Burlington, Vermont – “Threnody by the President for Victims of COVID-19” Phyllis Klein, Palo Alto, California – “When Your Sun Rises” SUBMIT TO THE OPEN MIC OF THE AIR!: www.poetryspokenhere.com/open-mic-of-the-air Visit our website: www.poetryspokenhere.com Like us on facebook: facebook.com/PoetrySpokenHere Follow us on twitter: twitter.com/poseyspokenhere (@poseyspokenhere) Send us an e-mail: poetryspokenhere@gmail.com

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