Verbal Mayhem: More Information

If anyone was interested in learning more about Verbal Mayhem, the Rutgers Spoken Word organization, here are some sites that can help you out:

Facebook Group (info about times and places; discussion)

Tumblr (poems; related media; questions)

Twitter (announcements; communication with poets; sound bites from favorite poems)

Instagram (photos; clips of performances)


Also, if you’d like to read my piece I mentioned in class, you can find the version I read at the Artists’ Collective Coffeehouse here.

(The Artists’ Collective Coffeehouse isn’t related to Verbal Mayhem, but is an alternative, monthly performance space for poets, musicians, comedians, and anyone who wants to perform something. The next one is November 22nd, 8pm, at 35 College Ave. Come watch and/or perform!)

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About mjpwoodruff

My biggest dilemma throughout life has probably been figuring out what I’m most interested in out of all the things I’ve ever come across and thought was worth a second glance. I have lists on my phone for all the books I haven’t bought and want to read, all the music I’ve tagged and want to listen to, all the fleeting thoughts I’ve had that could lead to an interesting topic for further daydreaming, etc. I probably visit as often as I visit social media sites. A short list of things I’ve considered majoring in: film, poetry, neuroscience, composing, screenwriting, anthropology, biology, history, journalism, sociology, forensic science, political science. The only thing I’ve found in common with all of these things so far is that they all relate to humans, how they work, and how they interact. I love bees, morning drives into New York City, and ultimate frisbee. I also sell Girl Scout cookies, if you’re into that. - Maggie Woodruff

3 thoughts on “Verbal Mayhem: More Information

  1. kristinalisa08

    i loved this project. i thought it was one of the more interesting ones and i am really considering going to one of those meetings. it seems really amazing that people can find way to express themselves.

  2. laurenreesebenson

    Ahhh! Im really excited that you posted this because just last week I had a friend telling me about this and urging me to come! It seems like a really great way to participate in the Rutgers community and express your thoughts and beliefs while comparing and contrasting them with others. Im excited to attend my first meeting tomorrow night!


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