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Monday, January 4, 2016

The monthly writing series Bohemian Woods is here, and they got prompts

Posted By on Mon, Jan 4, 2016 at 6:09 AM

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Even the best writer needs a prompt sometimes, just a little goose to the subconscious to get the engine purring. Tod Caviness, former host of the long-running but now-defunct spoken-word series Speakeasy, is here to give Orlando's poets that goose: Unable to stay away from the stand-up-and-tell-a-tale scene, he's back with a new monthly series. The Bohemian Woods promises a current-events twist – writers will interpret the news of the day as "satirical shorts, erotic poetry ... or none of the above." Local talent for the January debut of the series includes noted swag-possessors Ashley Inguanta, Jesse Bradley, Jared Silvia, Trevor Fraser and Robbi Ramirez. Litlando, you've been warned. 

8 p.m. | The Imperial at Washburn Imports, 1800 N. Orange Ave. | Tuesday | facebook.com/thebohemainwoods (sic) | free


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