Join us on Wednesday, August 23 for a night against the war machine with performances by:
POETS FOR PEACE (Julia Daye, Anthony Carson, and Marshall James Kavanaugh)
and more TBA soon.
doors at 7pm
donations will be collected for the performers.
MORE ABOUT THE PERFORMANCES:
Anarcho-punk singing songs against capitalism, sexism, racism, transphobia, body shame, prisons, and police.
POETS FOR PEACE
Poets For Peace is a collective movement of bringing hope and inspiration onto the road to combat the negative impacts of the Western war machine through dialogue and storytelling. This installment will be fronted by three Taoseños from New Mexico: Julia Daye, Anthony Carson, and Marshall James Kavanaugh.
A translator of hidden harvests and existential patterns into the word, Julia Daye offers poetry as an agent for fundamental truths, illuminating the contrast between the real and contrived. Anthony Carson uses his music as a method of healing, picking lyrics from the stratosphere of knowledge and delivering them straight into the infinite multiverse within us all. Marshall James Kavanaugh has spent the last few years traveling the country, collecting haikus from the expansive big skies found out west and fast-paced cities back east, most recently publishing a collection of essays from his experiences with the Water Protectors at Standing Rock in North Dakota.
In each word these three poets share is the intention of a better world manifested through communal exchange. Together their poetic musings will direct the audience towards a sense of inner peace that will shine a beacon of light onto the darkness of the outer world.