International Spoken Word Festival/Peace Without Borders/ Africa-Nairobi, Kenya

ORGANIZER: Walter Keyombe

CONTACT: walterkeyombe@yahoo.com

DESCRIPTION: Press Conference and Kickoff for October 8 International Spoken Word Festival/Peace Without Borders/ Africa/ in solidarity with 100 Thousand Poets for Change!

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  1. Dear Poets,
    This is to announce to you that, you can register for the International Spoken Word Fest 2011 by submitting your two original poems of 40 lines maximum, one passport size photo, short biography to walterkeyombe@yahoo.com and Ksh.1000 for your two poems.

    For local Kenyan poets, please kindly send your entry fee via MPESA number 0710442872 but for international poets you can send your entry fee of $25 US Dollars for yo…ur two poems via Western Union Money Transfer.

    Poets around the World are all invited to submit their poems to the International Spoken Word Fest 2011 – promoting peace through poetry.

    THIS YEAR THEME: “No Longer At Ease”

    Winners and top selections will become part of a worldwide anthology to be published in UK.

    HURRY
    Deadline for Entry
    September 30th, 2011

    HURRY ~ REGISTER NOW!
    for the International Spoken Word Fest 2011 – promoting peace through poetry

    Please network this empowering opportunity for Poets!

    All Registrants Receive an International Award of Excellence and Recognition

    Poets Who are Interested to Participate can call to get more info or email me on walterkeyombe@yahoo.com or call me on +254710442872

    NOTE: All proceeds collected will be channeled to charity to help the vulnerable children.

    Thanks.

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