August 7th: Highway Poets Feature

Stone Soup Poetry meets from 8-10 p.m. every Monday at the Out of The Blue Art Gallery (located on 106 Prospect Street in Cambridge) with an open mike sign-up at 7:30 p.m. On August 7th, The Highway poets visit Stone Soup, just one of their many stops in celebration of the Second Annual Biker Poetry Month.

Photos by Bill Perrault

K.Peddlar Bridges is the co-founder of the Biker Poets & Writers Association and founder of the ROADPOET online magazine. He also serves as a columnist for CT Cruise News and motorcyclegoodies.com. An occasional writing workshop teacher, his work has appeared in numerous publications and has made many radio and television appearances.

Marc D. Goldfinger has been published by Ibbetson Street Press, The Aurorean, Pegasus, The Boston Poet, Clamor magazine, Earth First! and the Crooked River Press among others. He is currently the poetry editor of Spare Change News, a paper put out for the benefit of homeless people. He is a counselor for people with Substance Use Disorders and some of his work has been used to augment courses at the University of Massachusetts in Boston.

Gypsypashn publishes in print and on the web regularly, she is well-known for her monthly column in New England's Motorcyclist Post. She and Colorado's Gypsyrose produce 'Biker Bits,' a daily Biker Rights e-zine. In 2004, Gypsypashn published A Samplng of Soul, a collection of poetry. She currently hosts a monthly reading at BestSeller's Cafe in Medford MA, Gypsypashn's Poetry Caravan.

Colorado T. Sky is the main co-founder of the Highway Poets MC and a lecturer at Franklin Pierce College in Rindge, New Hampshire. Sky has published several chap books as well as a perfect bound book of poetry and prose. He has been published in numerous magazines and journals and has won several literary awards. He has also recorded and produced numerous poetry CD's and cassettes. He is a house writer, poet and columnist for the Harley Rendezvous Motorcycle Rally in New York.