Features poetry readings from the Wail Poets at Benlin's in Binghamton, N.Y. Several local poets read their works during "open mike" sessions after the featured poets. The event was held on June 18, 1991 and the readings were sponsored by the Binghamton Community Poets as part of their Big Horror Reading Series. Video edited by Bern Mulligan.
Big horror reading series (Binghamton Community Poets)
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About this Collection
The Binghamton Community Poets were founded in 1983 by native Binghamton poet, educator, and Harpur College alum Richard Martin. That year he started the The Big Horror Reading Series at a local coffee house. People associated with the series changed throughout the years but always included local writers who were dedicated to… More