Phoenix Poetry Slam

Phoenix Poetry Slam

Zilch Qualms: A Phoenix Poetry Slam Anthology (Ebook, PDF)

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The Phoenix Poetry Slam’s most competitive and creative writers put all differences aside and united for this anthology on the one common love they all share, the love of poetry. Discover new voices of the Phoenix, Arizona writer’s community with new work from Kaiti Pritchett, Joshua Lillard, Miss Anthropy, Atlas St. Cloud, Thomas Cooper, and Aaron Hopkins-Johnson. This ebook is 24 pages and the format is PDF. Purchase of this product directly helps send poets from Phoenix to regional slam competitions and provides additional FREE writing and performing opportunities in The Valley of the Sun.

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Today’s Phoenix Poetry Slam from Lawn Gnome Publishing is the result of years of seeking talented new voices and promoting strong literary events.

Where Did Phoenix Poetry Slam Come From?!

Lawn Gnome Publishing brought the 2014 Individual World Poetry Slam to Phoenix, AZ. It was the first time a Poetry Slam Inc event has been held in Arizona since the performance art was established in the 90’s. Our mission is to provide a space for local writers/artists/performers/etc. to explore and perfect their own craft. Our commitment is community. We welcome persons of any and all genders, sexualities, ethnicities, abilities, ages, etc. As writers and literary critics, we value freedom of speech and thus do not limit, moderate or otherwise censor any content, and so there is a blanket trigger warning for all events. However, we strive to create a constructive atmosphere of equality, sensitivity, and progress, one that encourages discussion and actively opposes marginalization of any persons or group. Our goal isn’t tolerance of diversity, but its empowerment and alliance.

Are You A Poet??

Poets interested in competing must send an email to with “POETRY SLAM” in the subject line. First 10 poets will be signed up for the next event on a first come, first served basis.