Janet Kuypers’ “Love in the Universe” 5/7/16 poetry feature

Janet Kuypers’ “Love in the Universe” 5/7/16 poetry feature

May 7th 2016 (5/7/16, or 20160507) poetry performance (with accompanying guitar music by John) of Janet Kuypers’ first scheduled Austin poetry feature through Expressions 2016: Reasons to be Cheerful at Austin’s the Bahá’í Center (at 2215 E M Franklin Ave, Austin, TX 78723) after her move, and because this was also her wedding anniversary, they started the evening with her and John singing the song friends performed at their wedding — Depeche Mode’s “The Bottom Line” (with altered chorus lyrics for their wedding). So enjoy this set os poems (set to music in the show) about not only astronomy but also love, in “Love in the Universe”.

    All of the pieces from this reading were also released in a “Love in the Universe” chapbook, which you can download as a PDF file for free any time.

Watch video, or read Janet Kuypers in her 5/7/16 show “Love in the Universe” in her first scheduled feature at Expressions 2016: Reasons to be Cheerful in Austin first singing (with John singing and on guitar) the Depeche Mode song The Bottom Line (with altered chorus lyrics for heir wedding), then with her poems Pluto, Plutonium & Death (a bonus Periodic Table poem), her haiku universe, observer’s love poem (2016 edit), everything is my home, Wanted To Play, and electricity.

(And thanks to Thom for the photos from this live event!)

Janet Kuypers’ “Crossing Borders for International (and Interplanetary) Peace” Chicago Periodic Table poetry show 10/8/14

Janet Kuypers’ “Crossing Borders for International (and Interplanetary) Peace” Chicago Periodic Table poetry show 10/8/14

    In one of Janet Kuypers’ installments of Periodic Table of Poetry poem readings (in her effort to write a poem for every element in the Periodic Table, to later become a book), Janet Kuypers was the feature at Cup & Spoon, for Chicago Calling in Chicago on October 8th 2014 (10/8/14) with “Crossing Borders for International (and Interplanetary) Peace”. This show combined her poetry with the music from the HA!Man of South Africa (with a sample of his “entering the ruines” from his 2011 hotel music) in a part of the “Chicago Calling” series . There was also a free PDF file chapbook for this show (titled “Crossing Borders for International (and Interplanetary) Peace”, of writings from the Periodic Table portion of the show).

Writings included in this show
(in the order performed):
Manganese
Ununseptium
Rhenium
Diburnium
Bohrium
G Block

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Janet Kuypers’ “Nerves of a Poet” 11/21/14 show at Cafe Ballou in Chicago

Janet Kuypers’ “Nerves of a Poet” 11/21/14 show at Cafe Ballou in Chicago

    Janet Kuypers was highlighted 11/21/14 with a feature poetry reading through Café Cabaret at Cafe Ballou (939 N. Western Ave. in Chicago). Her slated selections of poetry included all brand-new and many never before read poems (all quite emotional, relating to current topics like the Ebola virus, of the death of family members), interspersed with haiku poems Kuypers has never read before (all from her recent collection book Partial Nudity, that all also appear in her 2014 mini-book 100 Haikus).

Writings included in this show (in the order performed):
jabbed into an open nerve
bruised
Eight to Sixteen
fog
Lord Have Mercy
pant
violent affair
Translation (2014 haiku)