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Be Astonishing! Small Press Traffic’s Poets Theater Deadline Extended to October 22nd October 17, 2013: Heard of the Kenning Anthology of Poets Theater? Know about Steve Orth and Lindsey Boldt's play, "Dating by Consensus"? Yes, that's right: Small Press Traffic in San Francisco is the home of Poets Theater. Each year, SPT's Poets Theater hosts established and emerging poet-playwrights/-actors/-directors-- much to audiences's delight. This [...] by

Reflections on SPT’s Poets Theater from David Buuck January 14, 2013: [caption id="attachment_59519" align="aligncenter" width="500"] David Buuck at SPT's Poets Theater[/caption] In anticipation of the 12th Annual Poet's Theater festival, hosted by Small Press Traffic on January 18th and 19th at CounterPULSE in San Francisco, David Buuck has written a post on the Counterpulse blog about the history of poets [...] by

Small Press Traffic Presents the 12th Annual Poets Theater January 8, 2013: [caption id="attachment_59275" align="alignright" width="500"] “Feel Your Media, Bitch,” Written by Rodrigo Toscano and directed by Sara Larsen and David Brazil. Performed at Small Press Traffic’s Poets Theater on January 28, 2011.[/caption] It's time to buy tickets for the 12th Annual Poets Theater, hosted by Small Press Traffic on [...] by

Poets’ Theater open to interpretation December 2, 2010: TimeOut Chicago's John Beer talks to Kenning Editions publisher Patrick Durgin about The Kenning Anthology of Poets Theater, 1945–1985 released in January and edited by Kevin Killian and David Brazil. Beer points to the early days of theater, in which the idea of "poets' theater" may have seemed redundant. The modern theater, however, [...] by

Creative Speaking: Fiona Templeton April 15, 2010: A week ago, St. Mark’s Poetry Project celebrated the launch of The Kenning Anthology of Poets Theater 1945-1985. To mark this event, last week I posted responses to the question “what is poets theater?” provided by four exemplary scholars and practitioners in the field. Someone whose response I had wanted to include (now posted below) was [...] by