Stacy Dyson: Ruckus This Wednesday 8/15

The next Poetry Ruckus will star Stacy Dyson

If you think she looks enticing

You should read her words.

August 15th @ Ducky Waddle’s (414 N Coast Hwy 101, Encinitas). E-mail if you would like to read also.

7PM doors, poetry starts around 7:30.

From Stacy’s website:

“I am a poet because….there is no other way for me”

 Performance poet, playwright, acapella vocalist… Stacy Dyson has spent her life performing, singing, designing, and producing her way around the world of spoken word poetry. “It’s not enough to say “We sing because we want to..we fly because we can. (the motto of her arts consortium, DragonsWing). You have to actively live that life, otherwise it’s all just fancy wordplay”.

Poet Laureate for the Imagination Celebration in Colorado Springs, 2009 Nominee for Poet Laureate for the State of Colorado, 2000 Colorado Women’s Playwriting Festival winner for her play Fannie’s Girls:A 4-1-1 in 5-Part Attitude, she is the author of six chapbooks, four  CDs, and does one-woman shows, workshops, and literary program design all over the country. She is a featured performer , as well as performance coach and Educational Outreach Director for So Say We All (San Diego), and co-founder/innovator of PAGE TO STAGE:Women’s Words, a series of writing and performance based workshops for women.

Based in San Diego, Stacy is preparing to tour with her fifth album (LOVE ME) SAN DIEGO STYLE, and working on her next CD, 13 DAYS IN PURGATORY.

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