October 19: Hannah Brown Features at Stone Soup

Stone Soup Poetry meets every Monday from 7-9 p.m. every Monday at the Out of The Blue Art Gallery, now at its new location at 541 Massachusetts Avenue in Central Square Cambridge, Massachusetts.On October 19, Hannah Brown, after being able to draw a crowd during post blizzard conditions, Hannah Brown returns during under more pleasant conditions to entertain us once again.

Hannah Brown is a Boston-based poet and spoken word artist. She has been writing since age 10, finding agency and voice through poetry. After graduating from Hampshire College in Amherst, MA, she returned to Boston and began performing regularly in 2014. She has been a featured performer at several events and venues throughout Boston and Cambridge, including If You Can Feel It, You Can Speak It, Stone Soup and the Art & Noise exposition. She performed and spoken at Boston University’s Urban Engagement forum for incoming students in 2015. She was a speaker and performer on the Capable Poets forum at the 2015 Massachusetts Poetry Festival and her work has been published in Oddball Magazine and Stone’s Throw. She is a member of the collective Society of Urban Poetry, a group that strives to produce and support both written and performance poetry. SOUP is particularly focused on poetry that acts as a vehicle for discourse and education on matters such as identity, community and social justice. Hannah believes that poetry gives voice to closed throats, and sees it as a life-saving force for writer/performer and reader/listener alike. Hannah is now living in Boston, performing and teaching.