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Preserve the Heritage...Embrace the Experience!
Preserve the Heritage...
Embrace the Experience!

Erotic Poetry Slam

Call up your boo and put the phone on speaker.  You’ll need both hands free.

Erotic Poetry Slam Promo

The Hayti Heritage Center presents Jambalaya Soul Slam’s annual Erotic Poetry Slam, filmed by Durham’s own G Yamazawa.

Watch Southern wordsmiths arouse an intimate audience and compete for the honor of Oshun and Hedone (as well as a cash prize). 4PlayNC dancer Jazzlyn Hill embellishes the verses and offers an educational demonstration in flogging and how to experiment safely with sadomasochism. Sitting in the upper pews of St. Joseph’s, painter Tyamica Mabry gives form to the poets’ dripping scenes.

Premieres on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram 7-8pm on 2/14

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Jambalaya Soul Slam: Grand Slam Finals

Jambalaya Soul Slam presents: Grand Slam Finals!

Saturday September 19, 2020

An OUTDOOR & SOCIALLY DISTANCED poetry experience!

@ Hayti Heritage Center | 804 Old Fayetteville St | Durham, NC | 27701

We have the best poets of the 19-20 slam season returning for chance to make the 2020 Bull City Slam Team. The top 4 poets will earn a spot on the team, have a chance to work together on new works, and represent the Triangle in national competition in April 2021.

The competing poets are Lee, Luna, K Lambitty, Ayanna Albertson, Hausson Byrd, Raven, LB, and Ashley Lumpkin.

*** This slam will be outside in the courtyard***

***Seating will be socially distanced and attendance is limited***

***You must RSVP to reserve your spot***

***Masks are required for this event***

***Hand sanitizing stations will be available.***

The Jambalaya Soul Slam is the Triangle’s longest running poetry event!

doors 7:30pm

show 8:00pm 

RSVP with donation!




For more information: jambalayasoulslam@gmail.com

For guidelines go to www.bullcitypoetryslam.com

This project was supported by the North Carolina Arts Council, a division of the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources.

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