To view the video if you are reading from email, please link through to the site.
Poet Neal Hall’s website is HERE.
A reminder to join us – The Bardo Group Bequines – at The BeZine for 100,000 Poets (and other artists and friends) for Change (100TPC): on September 15th for the Zine and on September 24th for the 100TPC virtual event, which is celebrated from our blog. The themes for both are Environment and Environmental Justice. Since this is a virtual event, you can participate from anywhere in the world.
Priscilla Galasso is the lead for the Zine in September.
Michael Dickel is the Master of Ceremonies for our 100TPC virtual event.
These are worthy efforts to:
- help steer public discourse in a productive direction,
- define issues and suggest possible solutions,
- encourage consensus for the environmental and social good, and
- connect people and raise the general consciousness.
Please do participate. All work will be archived on site and at Stanford University.
Zine submissions should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please read submission guidelines first. The deadline is September 10th.
Reader participation on the 24th for the virtual event is by way of the comments section or Mister Linkey. Michael will provide direction in his blog-post that day.
Also of note, Michael Rothenberg, cofounder of the 100TPC global initiative, reminds everyone today that it is not too late to register as an organizer of an event. While ours is a virtual event, people all over the world in 120 countries are sponsoring 500+ events to be held in homes, schools, places of worship, cafés and restaurants, parks, community centers and other sites where people gather. Link HERE to register.
By way of warm-up, this Wednesday, I’ll post a prompt on The Poet by Day related to the themes.
In the Spirit of Peace, Love and Community
and on behalf of The Bardo Group Beguines,