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A double feature, with Devin Devine and Megan Falley

November 7th, 2018 at 8:00pm
235 Broadway E, Seattle, WA 98102
Signups start at 7:00pm
$3 Entrance Fee

Tonight we have not one but TWO amazing features!  Devin Devine and Megan Falley are coming to Rain City to bring to you their wonderful poetry – come and enjoy with us!

We won’t be having a slam, but there will be an open mic – so come on down and share your poetry with us too!

Our apologies for the last minute change of plans – the slams will resume as normal next week, stay tuned for the date of the next Team Qualifier!

About Our Feature

Devin Devine is a writer, comedian, and touring performer from Spokane, Washington. One of the organizers for Spokane Poetry Slam and a member of Spokane’s 2015, 2017, and 2018 National Poetry Slam teams. She laughs and writes her way through issues of mental health, sexuality, sex positivity, and recovery. She is the author of three self-published chapbooks Feral Empathy, Crying on the Toilet, and her most recent Domestic & Fowl. devindevine.me for more information

Megan Falley (she/her) is a queer, femme author of three full-length collections of poetry on Write Bloody Publishing, including the most recent, Drive Here and Devastate Me. Her chapbook, Bad Girls, Honey (Poems About Lana Del Rey) was the winner of the 2015 Tired Hearts Chapbook Prize. Her forthcoming non-fiction book, How Poetry Can Change Your Heart, co-authored with Andrea Gibson, is slated for publication with Chronicle Books in 2019. A national poetry slam and women of the world poetry slam finalist who has appeared on TV One’s Verses & Flow and toured hundreds of venues nationwide, Falley’s work dazzles both in books and theaters. She lives in Colorado with three dogs, two cats, and three queers.

Writing Circle at 6pm!

Before the slam, come to the writing circle – we’ll be at Jai Thai from 6pm-7pm, giving writing prompts and sharing our work in an attempt to help each other improve and get creative input! Drop in anytime before 7pm and join us!


Safety Statement

Rain City Slam is committed to safety in our community for all of our members. We ask that anyone entering our community in any capacity treat the audience, poets, venue staff, Rain City community members and featuring artists as equals. We refuse to permit any act of hate, violence or bigotry on or off our stage and microphone and will ban any person or persons involved in those acts. Any person whose safety has been threatened in any way should report the occurrence to a member of the Rain City Slam board. We will keep information confidential and anonymous and provide any support needed. Absolutely NO ONE is above this rule and inappropriate, dangerous, hateful or violent behavior is unacceptable for everyone.