and Bomb magazine, Williams is more like a “poet on steroids.” Born in New York City and based in Paris, Williams won early acclaim in the finger-snap slam-poetry scene, helping the underground art form achieve street-level-popularity over a two-decade career. On Sunday, November 4, he’ll bring his unplugged verse to the cozy confines of Lawn Gnome Publishing – an even smaller venue than Crescent Ballroom (where he last performed in March), but ideal for his un-amplified stylings. Aw, snap. Tickets cost $15. Visit lawngnomepublishing.com for more information.
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