Featuring John Dydo, Whitney Graham, and Prince A. McNally
Hosted by Thomas Fucaloro
Plus open mic
$3 suggested donation. Two drink min, alcoholic or non.
Johnny Dydo is a poet and musician based in New York City. Theme is secondary to the mechanics of words themselves in his compositions. He has been writing and performing for twenty years.
Whitney Graham is a poet-activist whose work is perpetually exploring absence, depression, anxiety, trauma, romance, her childhood, classism, racism, and other subjects she consistently finds herself gravitating towards. Whitney attained her Bachelor of Arts in English from New York University, and is currently working in the Alumni and Relations Department.
Prince A. McNally is a Brooklyn-born poet, writer, philosopher and social activist whose poetry relentlessly challenges the status quo, constantly seeking to redefine the lines of reality. His eclectic verse touches on all aspects of life. His poetry is a voice for the voiceless, and the unseen, it is a cry for humanity; a constant appeal to society to rethink and reshape its destiny. His work has appeared in various literary journals and anthologies throughout the U.S and abroad such as The Dissident Voice, TUCK Magazine, GloMag, and the Nat'l Beat poet's anthologies Beatattude and We are Beat among others. He is currently working on his first full-length collection of poetry and prose due to be released in early Spring 2020