Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Vanishing Point

Tonight @ The Focal Point

POETRY at the POINT
Tuesday Mar 24, 2009- Doors Open @ 7pm
Free and Open to Public


JOSEPH SULIER
...was born and raised in the fields and creeks of Fenton Missouri, since then he's hung
his hat in St. Louis, St. Paul, Los Angeles, Brooklyn, and Philadelphia. Sulier has been published in Get Born (Sulier is also the founder and organizer of GB magazine and reading series) and 52nd City Magazines, he's also appeared on KDHX's Literature For The Halibut and had his brain picked for St. Louis Magazine.


BROCK WALKER
.... is native Saint Louisan residing currently in historic North Saint Louis city with Holden
(the cat, not Caulfied) and is currently unpublished as far as he knows. He has been rumored to read with 'Get Born' and looks back on his slam days with one squinty eye, but not unfondly. Currently he cannot pay rent but he is smiling all the same, having a new perspective and/or (possibly) philosophy on life after adventuring the West Coast for the first time in his life. He is also proficient in the trombone, bass guitar, currently is teaching himself the violin, and may play for you when the notes come out properly so that he may communicate by way of something more holy than words (music, that is).


the FOCAL POINT
2720 Sutton Blvd, Maplewood, MO 63143
The Focal Point is located one block east of the intersection of Big Bend and Manchester on Sutton Blvd in Maplewood. Travel one block south on Sutton from Manchester to 2720 Sutton Blvd., the east side of the street. Some street parking is available, and a well-lit parking lot is a short walk away on nearby Marietta Street, just off Sutton before you reach the Focal Point.
(www.stlouispoetrycenter.org)

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