Stone Soup Poetry meets every Wednesday online from 7:00-9:00 PM via
Zoom. Stay tuned for updates on any future live gatherings. On March 6, we kick off the new month with a double feature by poetic partners Philip J. Curtis and John Chance Acevedo.
John "Chance" Acevedo has been reciting and hosting for over 2 decades. As the eldest of three, he receives inspiration from everyday life situations and most commonly uses a blend of comedy and drama to reflect his real- life experience. Chance has become a recognized feature performer in many poetry venues and universities. He has been known for hosting some of NYC’s most popular Open mics. Chance hosted The First Annual New York Hip-Hop Dance Convention at Sony Studios. He currently co-curates and hosts virtual Poetry Open Mics with The Dumping Grounds and Put it In Da Chat. Chance has been published in Raul Maldonado`s The Company We Keep, The BX FIles Contemporary Poetry from the Bronx and Me No Habla With Acento just to name a few. Since moving to Homestead Florida, Chance has mentored youth poets for The Dranoff International 2 Piano Foundation, PIano Slam where his mentees have one 1st place two consecutive years. As an educator he is an employability coach for young adults living with Autism. Chance is a founding member of the all Latino poetry troupe El Grito de Poetas a collective of diverse Latino and Latina poets dedicated to the craft and performance of modern poetry. Chance is also a board member for Latinos NYC. Chance`s confident stage presence makes him a performer to watch. Ladies and gentlemen the Author of his New collection of poetry Sketched of my Writes, your favorite Troll and self proclaimed A-Hole, John Chance Acevedo
Join us on March 6 from 7:00 to 9:00 PM ET by clicking this link.
The meeting ID is 890 9815 2429