Feature Poet Beth Murch!
Tonight It’s Poetry
April 14 // Amigos Cantina
Saskatoon — Treaty 6 Territory — Home of the Métis People
$5 // 8:00 PM
No one turned away for lack of funds
We open our evening with a community stage! Please sign up early. Be respectful of time and others by keeping your performance to a maximum of 5 minutes.
Our feature this evening is the wonderful and amazing Beth Murch!
Beth Murch is a radical reproductive justice activist, full-spectrum birth worker, and nationally competing spoken word artist. Her work, which draws upon themes of social justice, sexuality, nature, spirituality, loneliness, and feminism, has been described as “blood and guts”, “vulnerable”, “a place of hope amidst the darkness” and “sassy”. Murch’s passions include placentae, memento mori, cat memes, herbalism, and religious kitsch. In her spare time, she enjoys baking bread, painting pictures of goddesses, and learning to knit. Her goal is to live on the edge of the woods, healing people with mysterious herbs, telling fortunes, and decorating her headwraps with feathers, bones, and shells.
Join Beth Murch in the ether of the internet at https://