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Tuesday, Oct 18, 2011 - CityBeat Podcasts

Stacy Dyson of So Say We All

The performance poet gives us tips and reads one of her new San Diego-centric poems

By Kinsee Morlan
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- Photo by Lise Hunt

Stacy Dyson has skills. When she walks up to the mic, she doesn't flinch. Not an ounce of timidity is present during Dyson's poetic performances, partly because she's been doing this sort of thing for decades. 


In this week's podcast, we asked Dyson, education director and performance coach for local literary arts group So Say We All, to give us a few performance tips and read one of her poems. Push play and enjoy. 





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