Why just have an open mic when you can have a guerrilla open mic? Andru Defeye is making waves in Sacramento, CA, with The Most Open Mic in the City. Flash mob meets poetry, and discover they were meant for each other.
What’s a guerrilla open mic? Watch the video and see for yourself.
Maybe next time Jerry B. will stop by and spill a few lines.
GuerrillaReads is looking for writers!
We’ll be screening videos from local writers at LA’s first ever LitCrawl. If you’re a writer and would like to have your work considered, check out our “crawl” for submissions now.
Deadline is October 10, 2013.
Welcome to Los Angeles, Crossroads of the World. Hometown world traveler Shukry Cattan reads about growing up Palestinian in the US. It’s about exploring his Arab roots and finding his place in the world.
This video comes to us as part of a partnership between GuerrillaReads and Tiyya Foundation, a local nonprofit that provides basic necessities for refugees and displaced American families. Through their creative writing program, refugees and immigrants have an opportunity to tell their own stories, in their own words. This is one of those stories.
Look for more videos from Tiyya Foundation here on GR.