iWrite: Words & Voices is a two-part anthology by Los Angeles-based poets Jason Brain, C.R. Cohen & Sean Hill. iWrite explores words, art and the creative process through the eyes of these three poets. Words & Voices is comprised of three mini-chapbooks by each of the individual writers, defining and depicting each artist’s voice and philosophy.
iWrite: Words & Voices will be available for purchase on CreateSpace online on July 11th, in person at Soapbox Sessions open mic Thursdays at the Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf on Ventura & Woodley in Encino, and from the artists themselves at various poetry locations throughout the Los Angeles area.
Scheduled iWrite poetry features include Soapbox Poets on July 30th, Cobalt Poets on August 19th, and September 7th at the Arcadia Blues Club.
For more on these artists, scroll down to read their bios.
A lifelong native Angeleno, Jason Brain’s favorite hobby is breathing. When he’s not breathing, Jason is an unapologetic Spoken Word Poet and creative arts advocate. His 1st published collection of poetry, Mix Tape Collection I: Original Poetry, is available worldwide on Amazon.com.
Jason is also a theatric playwright; visual artist focused in photography and sacred geometry; and the creator of Soapbox Nation, an artistic community organization dedicated to encouraging creativity and empowering artists.
Chelsea Cohen’s love affair with words, cinema and the arts has lead her to many fulfilling places on her creative journey: owning and operating a film production company, teaching creative writing and film, and enjoying the release of her first book of poetry, Beatnik Femme Fatale on Amazon.com.
An arts activist at heart, Chelsea founded Artists Underground in 2010, a creative community offering valuable networking, resources and knowledge to artists through collaborative events and its website, artists-underground.com.
Chelsea will be completing her first novel, Jenny With The Sound Turned Down, in 2014.
Studying for 8 months in Beijing while performing Theater deeply impacted and enhanced the passion of living Sean Hill wishes to share with the world. His artistry embraces all people while reminding them of why we are beautifully fun beings regardless of what we go through or what we confront inside or out.
He features at festivals across the US and hosts events for youth homes & high schools. He tours with The Ki, a musical ensemble & movement, raising $25,000 in its first Kickstarter campaign. He released his first spoken word album in 2012 while hosting & performing at open mics and colleges and teaching after-school poetry & theater.