Susan “Spit-Fire” Lively and Amanda Wells – St. Louis, Missouri 2017

100 Thousand Poets & Musicians for Change – St. Louis

Produced by Amanda Wells & Susan “Spit-Fire” Lively

Saturday, Sept.30th

4:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.


2600 N. 14th Street

St. Louis, Mo.


Open to Public

Live streamed

Recorded by Stanford University 

Join us Saturday, Sept. 30th from 4:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. for the 7th Annual installment of “100 Thousand Poets & Musicians for Change – St. Louis”! An official offshoot of the world-wide events created by Michael Rothenberg and Terri Carrion, “100,000 Poets & Musicians for Change – St. Louis” is a blending of the largest poetry and music events in history, with hundreds of countries around the world participating in umbrella events. Recorded by Stanford University for placement in their LOCKSS Historical Preservation System, this year’s show will be held at Urb Arts in beautiful and historic Old North!

The St. Louis event will focus on active change, with local non-profit organizations present to give out information and accept donations. Organized by Amanda Wells and Susan “Spit-Fire” Lively; “100 Thousand Poets & Musicians for Change – St. Louis” is free and open to the public, and local vendors will offer a delicious selection of beverages and food.

A diverse array of powerful and exceptionally gifted voices will grace the stage at this year’s show. For more information or if you are interested in performing  contact Susan at



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