As you may be aware, the Six Sentence Café & Bistro is throwing a Poetry Slamdown next week, and I’ve had a look through my files and discovered this blueprint of the premises. Yes, I’m aware that it is more of a multi-colouredprint, than a blue one, and the layout is actually more flexible than a wisp of smoke on an extremely windy day, but it gives the general idea. Valet parking is sometimes available from the kiosk on reception – ask on arrival. The booths are fully separate, but all have great views of the stage and come with table service (table service is available with all of the other tables, but this needs to be requested on arrival as not everyone requires table service), and regardless of the fact that the booths are on the same side of the building as the windows, which sometimes display an ornate stained-glass effect, in the right light, the windows are visible from all around the bar area – Sunset is a good time to view the windows.
Not everyone has seen the SSC&B, and those who have seen it through their own eyes and their own perspective see it differently anyway, so a multi-colouredprint of it may be more of a hindrance than a help – but as usual even an out of date map is much more useful than no map at all.
If you, or any of your characters or friends, would like to visit the SSC&B next week to contribute to the poetry slam, you are more than welcome… pop along, write your poetic post in six sentences – no more, no less, with the prompt word to be announced on Sunday at Girlie on the Edge.
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Rules are subject to change, as is interpretation. Clark has more details of the slam down on his blog (and flyers!), but here follows the text that if this was a TV or radio advertisement, the voiceover person would be sped up so fast it’s impossible to make out what’s being said anyway: thesixsentenceinterpretationofthepoeticpostismyinterpretationwhichishowIwillbecontributingbutthatrulemaynotbethecaseasalreadyI’vereadtherearenorulesandyoucan’thavenoruleswithrules.
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