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Sunday Kind of Love: A Busboys & Poetry Event

July 15, 2007

Poetry Book Celebration – 4:00pm

Open Mic – 5:00pm

Whiskey in the Garden of Eden Release Party – 6:00pm

Hosted by Sarah Browning of D.C. Poets Against the War & Regie Cabico of Sol & Soul


Sunday Kind of Love has been going since January, 2006. Some of the poets who have been featured are Esther Iverem, Tim Seibles, Patricia Smith, Kathi Wolfe, Brian Gilmore, Terence Winch, Francisco Aragon, Brian Gilmore, and Kenny Carroll. Sunday Kind of Love’s upcoming features include Josh Weiner, Kyle Dargan, and Heather Davis. Sunday Kind of Love is free and open to the public.


About the Hosts, Sarah Browning of DC Poets Against the War and Regie Cabico of Sol & Soul.


Sarah Browning is the coeditor of D.C. Poets Against the War: An Anthology and coordinator of the group of the same name, which has been active since the first national day of poetry against the war, February 12, 2003. Her first book of poems, Whiskey in the Garden of Eden, has been released from The Word Works.


Sarah’s poems have been published in dozens of journals, including the Seattle Review, Sycamore Review, and Shenandoah. She is the recipient of a D.C. Commission on the Arts & Humanities Individual Artist Grant and the People Before Profits Poetry Prize.


Regio Cabico is an artistic director of Sol & Soul (promotes, nutures, supports, and presents the work of socially-conscious established and emerging artists), poet, playwright, and spoken word performer. He took top prizes at the 1993, 1994, and 1997 National Poetry Slams. His work appears in over 30 anthologies and he co-edited Poetry Nation: A North American Anthology of Fusion Poetry. He received a NYFA Artist Fellowship for Poetry in 1997, NYFAs in 2003 for Poetry and Performance Art, and two Brooklyn Arts Council Poetry Awards. Cabico has been a teacher for Urban Word and developed a poetry and performance program for teens with psychiatric illness at Bellevue Hospital. He received the 2006 Writers for Writers Award from Poets & Writers in recognition of his work with diverse communities.



For more information contact Sarah Browning at womenarts2(at)aol.com


Readings made possible in part by a grant from the DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities, a public agency supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.

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