Recite a poetry contest

Free Flow Poetry in collaboration with Michigan Spring Book Festival introduces "Recite" a poetry contest for all poets. The contest will take place at Laurel Park Place Mall (6 mile rd & Newburgh Rd) in Livonia, MI on April 17, 2011. The time of the event will be from 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm.

Contestants must pre-register and perform original work only. Maximum length of poem is 3 minutes. Contestants will be judged on delivery, content, and performance. Entry fee for contest is $10. Ages for contest is 16 an up. Cash prize to winner.

Open mic will take place as well and must pre-register, entry fee for open mic performers is $5.

Deadline for registration is April 15, 2011 12:00 noon.

**To register for contest visit: www.freeflowpoetry.blogspot.com**

***This contest will take place in a family friendly environment no material with profanity, sexual content, or any other demeaning language may be performed.***

For questions on the contest email: cbrock@freeflowpoetry.com or call 313-355-4521.

For more information about Michigan Spring Book Festival visit http://www.michiganspringbookfestival.info/.

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Crystal says ... on Thursday, Apr 14 at 12:47 AM

If competing be sure to have 4 to 5 poems in your pocket, much love.

Crystal says ... on Saturday, Apr 16 at 10:28 PM

Hey if registering day of arrive at 1pm, much love

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