8/28 Ruckus: Double the Feature, Double the Fun!

For our next Poetry Ruckus @ Ducky Waddle’s (414 N Coast Hwy 101) this Wednesday 8/28, we’re funking things up with our very first double guest feature. It will star too amazingly talented young ladies who’ve been raising crazy amounts of ruckus in the San Diego poetry scene lately…drum roll please…we’re talking about Dana Allison and Madeleine Nee!

Here’s one of San Diego’s finest full time poets, Stacy Dyson, with some choice words on Dana and Madeleine:

dana

Dana Allison doesn’t just write to shake loose her passions—she drags them out into daylight, gives them a voice and room to realize themselves. A San Diego resident, Dana is  author of the book, 5150, a member of Page to Stage:Women’s Words, and has performed for Glassless Minds,Poetry Ruckus, Lyrical Exchange, Train of Thought, and The Kettle Café.

Madeleine

Madeleine Nee is the voice of the questions we ask, the things we want to say about ourselves in the deep 3am corners of our souls. Living in North County San Diego, she is the author of OMG LOVE ME, a member of Page to Stage:Women’s Words, and has performed for Glassless Minds, Verbal Revolution, Lyrical Exchange, and Poetry Ruckus, as well as appearances at UCSD and San Diego City College.

We hope to see you Wednesday. This one’s gonna be RAD! Doors open at 7 PM, open poetry starts at 7:30 and our featured guests at 9.
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