Where: Townshend’s Bozeman Teahouse
When: November 12th, 2018 @ 6:30PM
Featured artist this month:
Featured artist this month: Marie Davis spent her formative years on the banks of the Yellowstone, drawing birds and stalking rabbits in the shadow of the Absarokas.
She discovered she was a writer at seven years old, responding to the school assignment “Please write a page about Christmas” with an epic tale of Jesus’ big sister, stolen at birth and raised by wolves before becoming a Kung Fu master and escaping the Roman slave trade with the help of her best friend, a talking monkey. The heroine found her birth family just in time to say hello to her baby brother, and Marie’s second grade teacher was understandably flabbergasted.
In subsequent years spent living in the flat lands and old New England forests, the draw of the horizon was irresistible, and much of her work from those times was written on rooftops and window ledges, weaving the experience of the natural world into poetry and prose.
After exploring the realities of the international publishing industry, Marie is glad to return to her native mountains and the “dream of the endless now.”
Poetry, essays, and short fiction by Marie have been published in anthologies and literature reviews including the Little Brown House Review, Albany Road, and the South Western Review.
Join us at the Townshend’s Bozeman Teahouse on November 12th, 2018 for a night of fun, friends and tea! The evening will open with a featured artist at 6:30PM followed by an Open Mic.
Signup sheets will be out by 6:00 and we will always do all we can do get every person on the list time at the mic!
Please remember that this is a Family Friendly environment, so (not to censor you, but) keep your stuff clean enough for children to see/hear. Bring your poetry, song, juggling act, dramatic, funny, interpretive or any other type of performance. Come share the gift of your art and partake in tea and creative inspiration with the BPC at Townshend’s open mic night!