Open Mic: Rowyda Amin
Join Zach Katz MHC-LP, MSED on Sunday, August 1st at 7:00 ET for a fun night of poetry, spoken word, music, and/or storytelling from the comfort of your own home! Each night of NAPT's Virtual Open Mic will begin with a featured poet or musician, followed by an open mic. Our featured poet for this month is Rowyda Amin.
Rowyda Amin grew up in Canada, Saudi Arabia and England, lived in London for eleven years and now resides in the Bronx. She is the author of the pamphlets Desert Sunflowers (flipped eye, 2014) and (Sidekick Books, 2017). Rowyda’s poems have appeared in anthologies from Bloodaxe Books, Sidekick Books and Cinnamon Press, as well as in magazines including The New England Review, Poetry Review, Magma and Wasafiri. She has performed at the Royal Festival Hall, the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Ledbury and Brighton festivals.
Are you interested in sharing some of your original poetry or covering someone else's? If so, please email Zach at email@example.com
Sunday, August 1, 2021, 7:00 PM ET
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