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Harness Spoken Word

February Spoken Word theme announced!

The first Monday of every month, Harness hosts a spoken word event at Wild Goose Creative. Each month will have a different topic/theme.

February’s theme is “Relationships, Love, & Sex”

*All speakers welcome, gender inclusive.*
Harness welcomes ALL speakers, writers, poets, and artists to share their magic. Bring your friends.

Learn more and register for the event on Eventbrite.

If you’d like to reserve a speaking slot ahead of time, e-mail us at info@harnessmagazine.com. Once reserved speakers have had their turn, it’ll be open mic for all other speakers and attendees.

Details

Date: Monday, February 3, 2020
Time: 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM (EST)

Location

Wild Goose Creative
2491 Summit Street
Columbus, OH 43202

*Drinks and food TBA*
Harness will be aux DJ’ing our Harness playlist at the event.

FAQ

Q: Can you read something you’ve published with Harness before?
A: YES!

Q: Can you read something you’ve published elsewhere?
A: YES!

Q: Can you read something you’ve never published before?
A: YES!

Q: Can you read something of a different topic during open mic?
A: Sure! (as long as there is time)

Q: Do you have to speak if you attend?
A: Of course not! Listen, relax and enjoy.


January 2020

Speak! Harness is kicking off our new monthly spoken word series!

The first Monday of every month, Harness will be hosting a spoken word event at Wild Goose Creative beginning January 2020.

Each month will have a different topic/theme. January’s theme will be “Mental Health.”

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by Harness Editor

Harness believes that freedom of expression equals female empowerment. The truth? We’re a badass authentic community of fierce women, and we exist to help your voice be heard. Harness is here to be your safe haven. A place to shed the competition, the insecurities. This is a place to rise by lifting others. This is who we are.


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