May 29, 2014

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FEATURING:            
 
Music                                  HeyMiss Progress
Poet                                     Rauan Kalssnik

Music                                 Kate Adams                

 

HEYMISS PROGRESS, motivational speaker, poet and change agent, is the creator and host of   “Conversation Mix Tape.”
 
RAUAN KALSSNIK’S poetry collection “Sky Rat” was just released by Spork in 2014.  He also has two full length collections of poetry out from Black Ocean Press: “Holy Land” and “The Moon’s Jaw.”  He lives in a quiet suburb of Seattle with his wife, Edith.
 
KATE ADAMS “has a voice made of honey and razor blades, forged in the tall pines of Washington state, the rolling hills of central Missouri, and sharpened by Chicago winters. She writes songs in the key of easy piano and plays them on an acoustic guitar, but she sings them like they are laced with barbed wire.” Recently, she has been a featured artist at Brave New Art World and has been featured in the Chicago Mixtape.
 
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 SATURDAY, JUNE 7TH

RACINE ARTS COUNCIL

316 6th STREET

RACINE, WI

6PM (doors open 5:00!)
 
Be sure to mark your calendar for the 6th annual Dan Jam music festival! BONK! master Nick Demske will be performing, along with BONK! alumni such as Katie LaFond, Aaron Lundquist, Nick Ramsey, and Folkswagon.
All proceeds go to the Racine County Food Bank. See the attached documents for more details.

 

Mark your calendars…
2014 Event Schedule 
Saturday, July 19th
@ DP Wigley
Hakim Bellamy
Peter Davis
Milo & Otis
Saturday, August 23rd
@ The Eco-Justice Center
Anne Malin Ringwalt
Joe Hall
Naomi Marie
Sunday, September 7th
Root River Festival–details TBA
Saturday, November 22nd
Jericho Brown
J. Michael Martinez

Emily Lordi

April 30, 2014

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FEATURING:            
 
Poet                                     Angela Narcisco Torres  
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Writer                                Erika L. Sánchez
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Music                                 The Millers



ANGELA NARCISO TORRES’s first book of poetry, Blood Orange, won the Willow Books Literature Award for Poetry and was published by Willow Books/Aquarius Press in September 2013. Recent work appears in Cimarron Review, Colorado Review, and Cream City Review. A graduate of Warren Wilson MFA Program for Writers and the Harvard Graduate School of Education, Angela has received fellowships from the Illinois Arts Council, Ragdale Foundation, and Midwest Writing Center. Born in Brooklyn and raised in Manila, she currently resides in Chicago, where she teaches poetry workshops and serves as a senior poetry editor for RHINO.
ERIKA L. SANCHEZ is a Fulbright Scholar, CantoMundo Fellow, and winner of the “Discovery”/Boston Review Prize. Her poetry has appeared in Pleiades, Witness, Anti-, Hunger Mountain, Crab Orchard Review, Hayden’s Ferry Review, Copper Nickel, Boston Review, Latino USA on NPR, and is forthcoming in diode and Please Excuse This Poem: 100 New Poems for the Next Generation (Penguin 2015). Her nonfiction has been published in The Guardian, Al Jazeera, Rolling Stone, Salon, NBC News, Cosmopolitan, and many others. You can find her at erikalsanchez.com.
 
Jeremy David Miller has been writing his own style of folk for some 15 years.  Along with help from partner and wife Bekah Miller the two deliver everything from charming love songs to wandering lyrical quests of death with ease and entertainment. From Chicago, IL THE MILLERS have built a musical repertoire that keeps fans ever interested and never disappointed.  Like them on an evil social-network here.
 
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BONK! 68
 SATURDAY, MAY24th
MY WICKED WAY
516 COLLEGE AVE
RACINE, WI
6PM (doors open 5:00!)
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Unfortunately, last week yet another loved BONK! family member passed away.  The Racine legend many knew as the guy on the bike with the beard–Moses–passed away of a heart attack on April 23rd.  He will be very missed by the BONK! family and by the Racine community at large.  Please join us to celebrate his life at the memorial service to be held at St Luke’s Church next week (details here).
We love you, Moses.  You’ll be missed!
 

 

 
 
And don’t forget the special Poet Laureate event at Carthage College tomorrow, featuring Nick Ramsey (Racine Laureate), Jean Preston (Kenosha Laureate) and Max Garland (Wisconsin State Laureate).  See here for details.
 

April 2, 2014

HAPPY NATIONAL POETRY MONTH, BONK! FAMILY!!!!
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BONK! is at a very special location this month for some very special reasons:
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1) Chez Bob’s is a cafe in The Racine Business Center (aka the 16th street Studios; aka the Von Shraeder Building). This building is an incredible Racine landmark, full of some or Racine’s richest, most inventive history, and we want to introduce more people to it. A historic display called “The Spirit of the Racine Entrepreneur Exhibit” will be open for viewing before and after the BONK! event proper. So come early and check out some of the amazing entrepreneurial history right here in our city!
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2) Thought there weren’t any independent bookstores in the city anymore? Fortunately…you are WRONG! (Yay : ) Retired professor and notorious local crank Andy McClean owns and runs “The Book Corner”–a super-cool, specialty-collection bookstore that is usually only open by appointment. The Book Corner, however, will also be open before and after the BONK! event proper on April 19th
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Chez Bob’s, The Book Corner and The Spirit of the Racine Entrepreneur Exhibit will all be open at 5PM, and will reopen again immediately after BONK! for an hour. So come early, plan to stay late and bring some money to get food from Chez Bob’s and books from the amazing Book Corner (the historical facts, however, are free : )
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If for no other reason, come early so you have time to figure out where the parking lot is and how you navigate through this massive (and massively cool) historical building!
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FEATURING:            
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Poet                                     Jennifer L Knox    
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Poet                                     Robert J Baumann
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Music                                 Julie Meckler                     

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JENNIFER L. KNOX is the author of three books of poems: The Mystery of the Hidden Driveway, Drunk by Noon, and A Gringo Like Me (Bloof Books). Her new collection, Days of Shame and Failure, will be published by Bloof in 2015. She has taught poetry writing at Hunter College and New York University. Her work has appeared in The New Yorker, American Poetry Review, and four times in the Best American Poetry series. She lives near Ames, Iowa.
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ROBERT J. BAUMANN lives in Milwaukee––but not for long––where he obsesses overbaseball, fonts, and his cats.  He publishes Mitzvah Chaps and gives them away, mostly.  He has bungled everything in life except for his relationship with his fiancée. Here’s hoping…. He is available for all your Twitter needs.
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French Songstress JULIE MECKLER now lives in Chicago.  Her music can be heard at her website here: http://www.juliemeckler.com/
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 SATURDAY, APRIL 19th
RACINE BUSINESS CENTER
1405 16th STREET.
RACINE, WI
6PM (doors open 5:00!)

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February 19, 2014

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FEATURING:
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Poet                                    Jamaal May
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Poet                                     Nick Twemlow
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 Music                                 Decoteau Black

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JAMAAL MAY is a poet from Detroit, MI where he taught poetry in public schools and worked as a freelance audio engineer and touring performer. His first full-length collection is Hum, winner of the 2012 Beatrice Hawley Award from Alice James Books.  Other honors include the 2013 Indiana Review Prize and a 2011-2013 Stadler Fellowship from Bucknell University.  Individual poems have appeared in journals such as The New Republic, PoetryPloughshares, and the Believer. Jamaal has earned an MFA from Warren Wilson and fellowships from Cave Canem and Bucknell University. He is founding editor of the Organic Weapon Arts Chapbook Press and a visiting faculty member in the Vermont College of Fine Arts MFA program.
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NICK TWEMLOW’S first book, Palm Trees, was awarded the Norma Farber First Book Award from the Poetry Society of America. He is a senior editor for The Iowa Review and co-edits Canarium Books. His films have screened at Tribeca, SXSW, Slamdance, Shnit International, Athens, FLEX, and Starz Denver.  He recently produced The Trapper, a short drama shot in Iowa, where he lives. He was awarded a Princess Grace Foundation Honorarium in Filmmaking in 2011 and is currently at work on two projects: American Glyptix, and The Fast, a feature-length film. He teaches creative writing and film at Coe College.  Learn more at: nicktwemlow.com
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DECOTEAU BLACK is a grooving and eclectic Milwaukee-based indie-soul band founded in 2013 by guitarist and vocalist Decoteau Irby, bassist James Murrell, and drummer John Laws. The three musicians met at a music jam hosted by James and an immediate musical kinship formed. Singer-songwriter Decoteau Irby’s dark and searching songs are set to soul-, funk- and jazz-inflected indie-rock sounds. The full range of Black guitarists – from Wes Montgomery and Grant Green to Ernie Isley and Jimi Hendrix – make up the inspiration for Decoteau Black. Other influences include soul singers Marvin Gaye, Nina Simone, Stevie Wonder and hip-hop groups Wu Tang Clan, Goodie M.O.B., and Outkast. Currently Decoteau Black draws on a vast storehouse of Decoteau’s original songs, including recordings from his 2012 release “A Contagious Spring,” re-casting the works into a live sound driven by James’ punching bass and John’s funky drums. Listen: decoteaublack.bandcamp.com and decoteaubecool.bandcamp.com Contact at decoutaublack@gmail.com
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 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15th
VINO.ON.MAIN
422 MAIN ST.
RACINE, WI
6PM (doors open 5:30)
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And don’t forget about THE RPL WORDSHOP–the writer’s group at the Racine Public Library, sponsored by BONK!
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Thurs, February 20–Guest Presenter—Writer Justin Grimbol speaks about Bizarro Fiction
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Thurs, February 27— All About Flash Fiction (w/ Jen Simpkins)
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Thurs, Mar 6th— Managing and Preparing Submissions for Publication
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Thurs, Mar 13th—“So You Want To Make a Chapbook” or “So You Don’t Know What a Chapbook Is…”
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Thurs, Mar 20th-Field trip to Racine’s Eco-Justice Center for the Spring Solstice, w/ a special seasonally-appropriate writing exercise
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Thurs, Mar 27—“What is Erasure Poetry” + “Exploring The Racine Public Library’s Poetry Collection”
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2014 Event Schedule
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Saturday, April 19th
Julie Meckler
Jennifer L Knox
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Saturday, May 24th
Angela Narcisco Torres
Janice Lee

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January 31, 2014

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Word Therapist          Anja Notanja Sieger
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Writer                             Justin Grimbol
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Poet                                 Erinn Batykefer

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Anja Notanja Sieger is the creator of “La Prosette,” a performance typing service that sells other people’s thoughts. Customers can choose from the following options: Poetry, Love Letter, Insult Letter, Letter of Recommendation, Short Story, Letter from a Pet, Other.  Writing letters requires Anja to pretend for the duration of the composition that she is the customer.   Different themes costumes and props are brought to each performance location.  La Prosette has been featured on the front page of the Milwaukee Journals Sentinel and covered by USA Today, MSN Hotmail News, Yahoo News, The Associated Press and “The Real Milwaukee Show.”
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Justin Grimbol moves around a lot. He is currently residing in West Racine. He is the author of four books. DRINKING UNTIL MORNING(Black Coffee Press). THE CRUD MASTERS(Eraserhead Press). THE PARTY LORDS(Grindhouse Press). THE CREEK(Ra Press). Sometimes he smells bad, but that can be kinda fun. He went to college for while, then he stopped going to college. He works sometimes. He doesn’t like Super Hero movies. He was raised by ministers. Certain hymns make him cry.
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Erinn Batykefer is a writer and a librarian.  She earned her MFA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and has won a variety of shi-shi sounding named fellowships and awards, including the Benjamin Saltman Poetry Prize for her first collection, Allegheny, Monongahela.  She’s the co-founder and editor of the Library as Incubator Project in addition to her day job as a librarian, and, like a complete crazy person, is currently at work on 3 books, all in different genres. The most incredible thing about this whole fiasco is that Erinn manages to do this without the aid of stimulants. Not even coffee.

 
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15th
RACINE ARTS COUNCIL
312 6th STREET
RACINE, WI
6PM (doors open 5:30)

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2014 Event Schedule
 
Saturday, March 8th
 
Saturday, April 19th
 
Saturday, May 24th
BONK! loves you :)
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 18th
RACINE ARTS COUNCIL
316 6th STREET
RACINE, WI
6PM (doors open 5:30)
FEATURING:
Musician                        Luke Patterson
Writer                             Hafizah Geter
Writer                             Ann Stotts
LUKE PATTERSON is Racine native and sophomore in college studying music composition and English.  He spent the past semester in Varanasi, India studying sitar and dodging irate water buffalo.  He is happy to be back home on the piano and honored to part of the BONK! series.
HAFIZAH GETER is a South Carolina native currently living in Brooklyn, New York. The recipient of a 2012 Amy Award from Poets & Writers, her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in BOXCAR Poetry Review, RHINO, Drunken Boat, Columbia Poetry Review, New Delta Review, Memorious, Vinyl, Columbia: A Journal of Literature and Art, Linebreak, among others. www.hafizahgeter.com
ANN STOTTS has been writing poetry since 1973. She has been published in many remote, mostly-defunct magazines .  She received a master’s degree in creative writing through the Program for Writers at the University of Illinois at Chicago. She’s been teaching writing at the college level for the last 27 years and currently teaches at Gateway Technical College where she is the Racine poetry editor for the Red Hawk Review.
 
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 18th
RACINE ARTS COUNCIL
316 6th STREET
RACINE, WI
6PM (doors open 5:30)
 
Mark your calendars…
2014 Event Schedule
Saturday, February 14th
 
Saturday, March 8th
BONK! loves you :)
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14th
RACINE ARTS COUNCIL
316 6th STREET
RACINE, WI
6PM (doors open 5:30)
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FEATURING:

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Musician                   Kevin Getzen

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Writer                     Soham Patel

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Writer                    Sueyeun Juliette Lee

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KEVIN GETZEN is a hiphop artist from Racine, Wisconsin. Originally Kevin Brown, the name“Getzen” is a tribute to the type of trumpet that he and his father both played. After following his father in studying trumpet, It wasn’t until Getzen tapped into a talent he credits to his mother, writing poetry, that he first started to write lyrics and listen to rap and hip hop. . Now having performed on numerous occasions as well as opening for artists Add-2, Curren$y, Jason Derulo and Far East Movement, Kevin continues to just thank God for the support and blessings that he is given.

SOHAM PATEL’s first chapbook, and nevermind the storm, came out from Portable Press at Yo-Yo Labs in 2013.  Her work has been included in Denver Quarterly, Copper Nickel, the Volta, and various other journals.  She is studying creative writing in Milwaukee at the University of Wisconsin and lives in Bay View with her little white dog.

SUEYEUN JULIETTE LEE is a poet and graduate candidate at Temple University, and teaches creative writing and literature courses at Richard Stockton College, as well as language craft for the College of Art Media and Design at the University of the Arts. She is a 2013 Pew Fellow in the Arts and the cofounder of COROLLARY PRESS. Her  third full-length collection, SOLAR MAXIMUM, is forthcoming from Futurepoem Books in 2014.

And of course, BONK! LOVES YOU! :)

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9th
RACINE ARTS COUNCIL
316 6th STREET
RACINE, WI
6PM (doors open 5:30)
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FEATURING:              3 FICTION WRITERS
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Writer                             Suzanne Scanlon
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Writer                             Azareen Van Der Vliet Oloomi
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Writer                             Amina Cain
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SUZANNE SCANLON is the author of PROMISING YOUNG WOMEN (Dorothy, a publishing project, 2012). Her work has appeared in BOMBThe Iowa ReviewDIAGRAM, and many other places. She lives in Chicago. You can find her at suzannescanlon.com
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AZAREEN VAN DER VLIET OLOOMI is the author of the novel FRA KEELER (Dorothy, a publishing project), and the chapbook Girona (New Herring Press). She is an Iranian-American writer of fiction and non-fiction, and has lived in Iran, America, Spain, Italy and the United Arab Emirates. She received her MFA in Literary Arts from Brown University, and is a recipient of a Fulbright Grant to Catalonia, Spain. She is co-author of the Words Without Borders dispatch series ArtistsTalk: Israel/Palestine and is at work on a second project entitledThe Catalan Literary Landscape, an exploration of notions of journey and the intersections between landscape and literature. She currently teaches in the MFA Program in Creative Writing at the University of Notre Dame and lives in Indiana. Read more about Azareen at her website.
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AMINA CAIN is the author of two collections of stories: Creature (Dorothy, a publishing project, 2013) and I Go To Some Hollow (Les Figues Press, 2009). Her writing has appeared or is forthcoming in publications such as BOMB, n+1, Denver Quarterly, and Two Serious Ladies. She lives in Los Angeles.
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9th
RACINE ARTS COUNCIL
316 6th STREET
RACINE, WI
6PM (doors open 5:30)
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But wait…there’s more—
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Announcing our first ever….
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BONK! BRUNCH
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10th
PINK MAGNOLIA RESTAURANT
240 MAIN STREET
RACINE, WI
11:30-1:30
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Love coming to BONK! but wish there were more time to meet other people there and get to know them? Then you should come to the first ever BONK! brunch. This brunch will be co-hosted by Family Power Music and Grassroots Wednesdays open mic series (which is also held in the Racine Arts Council, like BONK!).
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This event, which will be held the day after the next BONK! event, is a time to get to make friends in your local arts community. It will be held in downtown Racine at The Pink Magnolia restaurant, which has been one of BONK!’s sponsors for years now.
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YOU MUST REGISTER BY WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6TH TO COME TO THIS EVENT. To register, simply call The Pink Magnolia at 262-898-1811 and let them know you will be at the BONK!/ Family Power Brunch.
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Thanks and we can’t wait to see you there!
BONK! 5 YEAR ANNIVERSARY!!
 
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19th
RACINE ARTS COUNCIL
312 6TH STREET
RACINE, WI
6PM (doors open 5:30)
 
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FEATURING:           
 
The Outgoing Racine & Kenosha Poets Laureate
     Musicians       Good Evening (pictured above)
 
And a Special Open Mic!
 
THE RACINE & KENOSHA POET LAUREATES INITIATIVE was started 4 years ago to honor stand-out poets in the communities of Kenosha and Racine counties, as well as to promote literacy and the healing power of poetry throughout South East Wisconsin and beyond.  In 2010, ANGIE AKERwas selected to be Kenosha county’s first poet laureate; STEPHEN KALMAR II and DARIN ZIMPEL were selected to be the co-laureates of Racine county.  To celebrate the succesful laureateships of our first poetry representatives, all three laureates will read from their work for this event. Plus–we will be announcing the new Poets Laureate of Racine and Kenosha at this event.  BONK! is honored to host our outgoing Poets Laureate for this reading, as well as to have the chance to announce the incoming laureates at our 5 year anniversary event!
 
In 2011, GOOD EVENING gave one of the best performances BONK! has ever seen to one of the smallest audiences we’ve ever had.  We wanted to give Wisconsin another chance to see these outstanding Chicago musicians so BE SURE to catch their performance this time around.  To get a taste of their sounds, check out the video of their last BONK! performance here.
 
The OPEN MIC currently has no spots left.  Woot!  Get ready for Marco Jaimez, Nick Ravnikar, Manar Mohammad, Candice Nokes, Brent Mitchell, Justin Grimbol and many more.  Even a special guest appearance by….duh duh dunnnnn!!!!–NICK DEMSKE’S DAD (Dave)! 
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Thanks for 5 fantastic years of poetry, music and all other types of artistic expression everyone.  It couldn’t have been done without you. 
 
See you at the birthday party : )
 
BONK! 5 YEAR ANNIVERSARY!!
 
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19th
RACINE ARTS COUNCIL
312 6TH STREET
RACINE, WI
6PM (doors open 5:30)

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Mark your calendars…
 
 
2013 Event Schedule
 
Saturday, October 19th
BONK!’s 5 year anniversary event!
Max Garland (Wisconsin’s Poet Laureate)
& an Open Mic
 
Saturday, November 9th
 
Saturday, December 14th
 
 
BONK! loves you :)
 
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 31st
SPECIAL LOCATION–ECO-JUSTICE CENTER
7133 MICHNA RD.
RACINE, WI
6PM (doors open 5:30)
 
BRING BLANKETS TO SIT ON !!
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FEATURING:
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Poets                         Francesco Levato             Kiki Petrosino
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Poet, translator, and filmmaker Francesco Levato is the author of four books of poetry: Endless, Beautiful, Exact (Argotist, 2011); Elegy for Dead Languages (Marick Press, 2010); War Rug, a book length documentary poem (Plastique Press, 2009); and Marginal State (Fractal edge Press, 2006). He has translated into English the works of Italian poets Tiziano Fratus, Creaturing(Marick Press, 2010), and Fabiano Alborghetti, The Opposite Shore. His work has been published, or is forthcoming, in Drunken Boat, Versal, Otoliths, The Progressive, OmniVerse, Lightning’d Press, Certain Circuits, Moria, VLAK Magazine, Slope, SpringGun, Ping Pong, E-ratio, On Barcelona, Poets & Artists, Another Chicago Magazine, Poetry International, Xcp: Cross Cultural Poetics, Cordite Poetry Review, and LA Review. He has collaborated and performed with various composers, including Philip Glass, and his cinépoetry has been exhibited in galleries and featured at film festivals in Berlin, Chicago, New York, and elsewhere. He is the founder and director of the Chicago School of Poetics, holds an MFA in poetry from New England College, and is pursuing a PhD in English Studies at Illinois State University.
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Kiki Petrosino is the author of two poetry collections: Fort Red Border (Sarabande, 2009) and Hymn for the Black Terrific (Sarabande, 2013). Her poems have appeared in Tin House, Fence, Gulf Coast, The New York Times, and elsewhere. With fellow poet Dan Rosenberg, she is founder and co-editor of Transom, an independent on-line poetry journal. Kiki Petrosino is an Assistant Professor of English at the University of Louisville, where she teaches creative writing..
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Musicians                    The Barrow Band
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The Barrow Band is a folk group based out of the Twin Cities, consisting of five members.
The members of The Barrow Band come together from many influences and all contribute to the creation of the music.
The Barrow Band has a wide range of sound from a stripped down acoustic set consisting of just a couple of members
or the full electric five piece band. The sound is highly influenced from the natural places of the world, but especially
the Boundary Waters of Northern Minnesota where the band originally formed.
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Weather Permitting, this event will be held outside.  Bring some blankets to sit on and get ready for a beautiful night at an Ecological and Just location (the Eco-Justice Center)!
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 31st
SPECIAL LOCATION–ECO-JUSTICE CENTER
7133 MICHNA RD.
RACINE, WI
6PM (doors open 5:30)

 

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