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This month's feature is the first ever Northern Arizona poetry journal: The Collared Peccary

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David Rogers Luben of Prescott
David Rogers Luben of Prescott
David Rogers Luben of Prescottgrew up in Redlands, CA, the final eastern suburb of Los Angeles. He is a life-long actor, writer, and theatre director, and is currently a full-time performer, teacher, and Dramaturge for the Arizona Classical Theatre, home of the annual Arizona Shakespeare Festival. He came to performance poetry two years ago via The MAD Linguist in Prescott, and has found deep passion and inspiration in the excitement, honesty, and community that exists uniquely in the world of live spoken word.

Luben received his degrees in Theatre and Critical Writing from the California Institute Of The Arts. He has performed with Improv groups including “Prisoners of Funk,” “The Wayward Saints Precision Drill Team,” and Prescott’s own bizarre and mysterious “World’s Greatest Shakespeare Company.” Luben was the co-founder of “La Compania De Los Santos Denade” in Redlands and the “Ghost Ranch Mission Theatre” in Albuquerque, NM. He has written plays produced in L.A., Arizona, and New Mexico, including “Perseid Balcony” and “The Puppet Show, Part III,” and his new adaptation of “A Christmas Carol” premiered in 2003. Luben has particular passion for working with teen-aged performers, for developing organic and fully collaborative theatre, and for finding ways to update and reinvigorate classical texts for the modern world.

Also, he knows the origin of the word philibuster.

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National Poetry Slam

The 2005 National Poetry Slam is in our backyard, Albuquerque Team NORthern AriZona wants to bring a caravan of supporters. For info about NPS-2005 or to join the NORAZ caravan, click here.

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Coming Soon...
Sunday, Jan 16
7:00pm Two-Lane Blues on 89.5 FM/KJZA
Monday, Jan 17
6:30pm The Performance Poetry Workshop
9:00pm Random Acts of Poetry - Open Mic
Tuesday, Jan 18
6:00pm "BE HEARD!" Live Poets Society January Open Mic
Wednesday, Jan 19
7:00pm M.A.D. Linguist Open-Mic
7:30pm The Poetry Salon
8:00pm Flagstaff Poetry Workshop

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