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Get on Stage and Perfect Your Performance Have you ever enjoyed a slam or two and thought "I could do this " but felt apprehensive staring at that empty mic—or worse you climbed up on stage and struggled? Let Marc Kelly Smith the founder of Slam Poetry teach you everything you need to be a confident performer from writing a powerful poem to stage techniques to going on tour (if that's where your muse leads you). Take the Mic is filled with insider tips backstage advice and tons of examples of slam poems that wake up an audience. With this book you'll also be able to link to the PoetrySpeaks.com community to listen to samples meet poets and unearth inspirations for your next performance. The Ultimate Guide to Writing and Performing with Power Take the Mic is an essential guide for lifting your poetry from the page to the stage. Marc Kelly Smith ( So What! ) grand founder of the Slam movement serves as you personal coach showing you how to craft stage-worthy verse and deliver a poetry performance that shakes the rafters and sparks thunderous applause. In Take the Mic you discover how to... Pen poetry that's conducive to on-stage performance Overcome stage fright Practice powerful performance techniques Rehearse like a pro Shape a loose collection of poems into a killer set Connect with your audience — heart and soul Master the art of self-promotion Schedule your own slam poetry tour Transform your hobby into paying gigs Act professional to establish a solid reputation in the Slam community Take the Mic is packed with practical exercises you can do alone or in class to hone your skills and transform your body mind voice verse and spirit into an engaging stage presence. You'll also find a brief history of slam the rules and regulations that govern official slam competitions and a list of PSI (Poetry Slam Inc.) Certified Slams so no matter where you are you always have a place to Take the Mic! Take the Mic is an essential guide for lifting your poetry from the page to the stage.

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