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Poetry Slam: Holler Down The Holler November, 2019 (nine photos)

Cash for poetry? It is true. Jeremy D. Wells hands out cash to poets who prove themselves able to get a crowd’s attention, and approval, during the monthly Holler Down The Holler poetry slam at Grayson Gallery & Art Center.

Neal Salyers was November’s number-one slam poet, earning $50 from Wells’ wallet, with Jazzy Lykin claiming $30 for second place and Sarah Allen taking the $20 third place prize.

 Awards for the poets are provided by the Grayson Gallery & Art Center board of directors, along with coffee and light refreshments for each month’s guests.

For more information, visit the Holler Down The Holler page on Facebook.

Photos by TIM PRESTON

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