- Single Issue Magazine: 19 pages
- Publisher: doublebunny press; 1 edition (1997)
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00AZNLKU6
- Product Dimensions: 11 x 8.4 x 0.1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 6.1 ounces
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Omnivore was published in the spoken word and slam poetry hotbed, Worcester, Massachusetts by poetry reading host and slam team member Sou MacMillan. This issue features poets: Vievee (Detroit slam team member), Gayle Danley (slam team member), Regie Cabico (slam team member), Daniel Roop and Joe Fusco. This is a slam poetry focused issue. Articles include: The Politics of a Poetry Slam by Taylor Mali; Providence, Rhode Island-The Tiajuana of the Slam Circuit by Sean Shea; Granny Killam's Industrial Drinkhouse by Taylor Mali; Color Me Switzerland by Lea Deschenes; How Can a Person Judge Poetry? by Claudette Chenault; To Expand or Not to Expand, That is the Question. Expand the Nationals? by Bill MacMillan; Framed! Post and Rail Photography by Beckey Henderson; How to Coach a National Slam Chanpionship Team by Ray Davey; Two Person Teams. Collaborative Poems. One Person Performs While the Other Moos Like a Cow by Boston Globe Journalist Patricia Smith; Why Slam Against the Best by D.R. Middleton (Deborah Middleton); Slamming for Non-Slammers (and vice-versa) by Ken Hunt; Slammasters' Meeting in Chicago, April 1997 or Why Am I Going to Chicago? or Who the Hell Wants to Know What I Think? by Sou MacMillam; A Matter of Distinction )previously published as Speaking in Tongues in a 1995 Poetry Fly) by Sou MacMillan.