Jamie Dedes-“The Bardo Group”, Redwood City, California 2014

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CONTACT: jamiededes@gmail.com

http://intothebardo.wordpress.com/2014/09/26/ready-set-go-the-backstory-on-100000-poets-for-change/

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6 Responses to Jamie Dedes-“The Bardo Group”, Redwood City, California 2014

  1. Jamie Dedes says:

    We are doing a virtual event and the nice thing about that is that even if you are participating in a live event you can still link in your work to our event on 26 September 2015.

    The theme for our monthly publication – “The BeZine” for September is “Poverty” and that is also our theme for 100TPC. The zine will post on the 15th of the month. On the 26th a blog post will go up and you are invited to link in your work through Mr. Linky (instruction will be included in the post) or simply by include your link or work in the comments.

    Everything will be collected into one Page and posted on our site and also submitted to 100TPC for that archive. Email any questions you might have.

    Thanks,
    Jamie

  2. Jamie Dedes says:

    2015 Update:

    The Bardo Group and Beguine Again, publishers of The BeZine (monthly on the 15th), are once again hosting a virtual event for those who have no neighborhood event or who are homebound.

    Details will follow on our blog:
    https://intothebardo.wordpress.com/blog/

    and our Facebook Page
    https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Bardo-GroupBeguine-Again/217234148327925

    You can join in this event from anywhere around the globe and participate even if you are participating at a local event. Participant poems will be collected and published in one document and shared with 100TPC.

    Thank you!
    Jamie Dedes

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  4. Poetjanstie says:

    Brava, Jamie for organising an event for those who are not so able bodied and thanks to Michael Rothenberg and Terri Carrion for setting up this whole movement. There is absolutely no doubt in my mind that we need to use the internet, blogosphere and social media for all we can get out of it to allow the voices of the vast majority of the world’s population to be heard in the interests of peace and justice … for that vast majority. Let us do it whilst we are able (and allowed to) because – and this is no conspiracy theory – there are forces at work that would not want these voices to be heard, rather become the slaves of corporate tyranny and personal gain for the minority.

    Power to the pen!

  5. WE ARE HOSTING A VIRTUAL EVENT ON OUR BLOG. The idea for our virtual participation is to facilitate inclusion by those who are home-bound or mostly so or for those who live in an area where there is no live event planned for this year. Having said that, we do welcome your participation regardless of circumstance. Perhaps you will join with us as well as with a live event.

    The Bardo Group is a community of poets, writers, artists, musicians and others from around the world.

    We will host 100,000 Poets, Musicians and Artists from September 27 through October 3 inclusive with new posts going up every day. We invite your participation no matter where on this wonderful Earth of ours you live.

    Please feel free to link in your own relative work through Mister Linky (details will be on the blog) or by leaving the link or links to your work in the comments sections. Shortly after the event, we will post all links together in a reference Page as we did last year for our Poets Against War series, which you can access here http://intothebardo.wordpress.com/poets-against-war-2013-collection/.

    We encourage you to take this opportunity to have your say.

    Information on The Bardo Group collective is here:
    http://intothebardo.wordpress.com/

    The Bardo Group blog is here:
    http://intothebardo.wordpress.com/blog/

    Currently, The Bardo Group is in the process of merging with another collective, Beguine Again. http://beguineagain.com/
    While The Bardo Group approaches its mission from the perspective of arts and humanities, Beguine Again, focuses on spiritual practice. The core values of both groups are: peace and justice through non-violence and respect for all peoples and for the environment.

    Jamie Dedes
    for The Bardo Group

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