It’s getting colder outside and hotter behind the mic! The TYPS keeps it rolling this November with talent heading down South just before the Winter, Niccolea M. Nance!

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 17th!

SLAM WORKSHOP & Volunteer Meeting 5:00-6:30pm
Workshop led by Niccolea M. Nance!

POETRY SLAM: 7:00-10:00pm, signup at 6:30
Hosted by Amy Briseño & Enrique Garcia!
Featured poet: Niccolea M. Nance!

Phoenix, Arizona poet and artist Niccolea M. Nance has been putting her emotions on paper since she could first write full sentences. Niccolea began performing her spoken word poetry in 2002 and has methodically developed her talent over the years with a multitude of feature performances throughout the Phoenix metro area as well as Tucson, Flagstaff, San Diego, Salt Lake City and Albuquerque.

Slam Master and 2010 Individual World Poetry Slam finalist Jesse Parent describes her spoken word performances as “Compelling and expertly honed. She can perfectly weave story into her crowd interactions, providing powerful sets that drop jaws and get audiences off their feet. Niccolea M Nance is an amazing and engaging artist.”

Niccolea’s published work, which she explains is “Drawn from personal life experiences and the stories of those closest to her”, can be found in Borderline, a cutting-edge online persona poetry journal and Canyon Voices, an Arizona State University journal for emerging writers. As of 2012 she has also had some of her work translated into Spanish for an anthology for the annual Horas de Junio writers’ symposium for the University of Sonora in Hermosillo, MX.b

At BENTLEY’S 1730 E Speedway
near the UofA, across from McDonald’s, extra parking behind the building and in the UofA lot on Cherry & Speedway

2012-2013 TYPS Season:
Dec 15 • Jan 19
Feb 16 • Mar 16
Apr 2

http://www.TucsonYouthPoetrySlam.org/
http://www.youtube.com/user/TucsonYouthSlam
For more information: tucsonyouthslam@gmail.com

The Tucson Youth Poetry Slam (TYPS) is made possible in part by generous support from:
Bentley’s House of Coffee & Tea, The Crossroads Collaborative, Unidas/Women’s Foundation of Southern Arizona, UA Poetry Center, Tucson Pima Arts Council.