1 set at 11:00pm
Roberta Piket Trio
Johannes Weidenmueller bass (9/22-/24)
Masa Kamaguchi bass (9/25)
Thomas Morgan bass (9/26)
Billy Mintz drums
Cover: $10 on weeknights $20 on weekend
Patrons of the 9:30 show can stay for the late show free of charge
Students: $5-10 w/valid student ID
Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola
Jazz at Lincoln Center
Broadway at 60th Street
Frederick P. Rose Hall
New York, NY
Reservations not necessary for the after-hours set
Catching Our Stories, Documenting Our Lives
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A Writing Workshop led by Cheryl Boyce-Taylor
Catching Our Stories: Is an 8-week writing workshop designed for beginning and advanced writers. We will discuss the work of poets and fiction writers such as: Sapphire, Sandra Cisneros, Juno Diaz, Edwige Danticat, Lucille Clifton, Kevin Young, Langston Hughes, and others. There will be in-class writing inspired by the works of the writers previously mentioned. In addition, we will interview one family or community elder and document his or her story. We will write about ourselves, and our families by tapping into the richness of our heritage, language, and culture.
Our workshop will end with a reading to celebrate the work we have created.
(Oct.19,26, Nov. 2,9,16,30, Dec.7 with a reading for
family and friends, Dec.14).
Please note that there is no workshop on Nov.23
Time: 7:00 - 9:00 P.M.
Workshop is limited to ten participants,
so please register early to
Cheryl Boyce-Taylor at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hudson Park Apartments
1 Alexander Street Yonkers, NY 10701
The workshop is easily accessible by Metro North, street parking is also available.
Cheryl Boyce-Taylor is a poet and teaching artist. She is the author of three collections of poetry: Raw Air, Night When Moon Follows, and Convincing the Body. Boyce-Taylor's poetry has been widely published in literary journals, such as: Pank, Naugatuck River Review, The Mom Egg, To Be Left With the Body, Long Shot Review, and Callaloo to name a few. She holds Master's degrees in Education and Social Work and is about to graduate from Stonecoast MFA program with a degree in Creative Writing.