Breadline Feature in the Capitol Hill Times

Steve Barker of the Ordinary Madness podcast recently wrote a feature on Breadline for the Capitol Hill Times:

“The back room of Vermillion Art Gallery and Wine Bar was packed on a sunny Seattle evening with a crowd eager to hear poetry. All the tables were full and people scoured the bar for the last bit of standing room.

They gathered for Breadline, a monthly reading series held on the third Wednesday of the month. A year earlier, Breadline coordinators Greg Bem, Alex Bleecker and Jeremy Springsteed met at the SPLAB Living Room, a weekly poetry workshop, and after some encouragement from SPLAB founder Paul Nelson they started the reading series in January 2011.”

You can read the entire article here. Thanks, Steve!

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