Pears, Prose & Poetry: LGBT Poets at NYC's Fresh Fruit Festival Fight Intolerance
New York, NY, July 11, 2011 --(PR.com)-- This year marks the 9th anniversary of the All Out Arts' Fresh Fruit Festival created in 2002 to support and present LGBT Art and Artists to fight intolerance.
The July 11, 2011 Pears, Prose & Poetry event at The LGBT Community Center in Greenwich Village, New York City, will feature the work of 17 poets, some past "fruities" and some new faces.
The 17 poets include: Austin Alexis • Joel Allegretti • Dorothy Friedman August • Davidson Garrett • Melinda Goodman • Dean Kostos • Michael Montlack • Carol Polcovar • John Marcus Powell • Jessica Reed • Vittoria repetto • Jason Schneiderman • Sinclair Sexsmith • Robert Urban • Chocolate Waters • Chavisa Woods • Richard Marx Weinraub.
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