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September 25, 2012

Pegasus to host Open Microphone Night Sept. 27

TIFTON — The Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College literary magazine Pegasus will host the first fall Open Microphone Reading at Rockin’ Joe’s Espresso on Sept. 27 at 7 p.m.  

This will be a monthly opportunity for writers from ABAC and the Tifton community to read aloud their original work or a favorite writer’s work that inspires them.  Readers are limited to eight minutes. Acoustic musicians are also welcome to take part in this event. Musicians are limited to five minutes.
    Performers and readers should limit themselves to two or three short poems, one short piece of fiction, or a song. There will be a sign-up sheet on the night of the event.
    Dr. Jeff Newberry, faculty co-advisor for Pegasus, said he appreciated Rockin’ Joe's for allowing the open microphone night.  Rockin’ Joe’s is located at 1811 Hwy 41 N., just a short drive from ABAC's campus. 
    For more information on this event, interested persons can contact Newberry at jnewberry@abac.edu or at (229) 391-4972.

 

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