Bizarre Bazaar helps St. Louis poets
Date: 5/17/2009 Album ID: 755484
Photos by Robert Cohen | Post-Dispatch
The Soulard Art Market was the stage for Sunday's Bizarre Bazaar, a collection of artists and performers who helped raise money for St. Louis Slam members to attend the upcoming National Poetry Slam in Florida.
C.J. the clown, and founder of JK Publishing, takes a quesadilla
break Sunday at the Bizarre Bazaar in Soulard, a flea market for local artists and performers.  C.J., who goes only by this name, publishes books by poets and other writers.
Robert Cohen rcohen@post-dispatch.com
Sunday May 17, 2009
Sean Renner of St. Louis city performs at Sunday's Bizarre Bazaar at the Soulard Art Market. Proceeds for the event benefit members of the St. Louis Slam poetry team, who will compete at the National Poetry Slam in West Palm Beach, Florida.  The four team members will be chosen this Wednesday, May 20, during a competition at Focal Point, 2720 Sutton, in Maplewood.
Robert Cohen rcohen@post-dispatch.com
Sunday May 17, 2009
Amanda Wells and Evan 'Copasetic Soul' Hilliard listen to the music of Sean Renner during Sunday's Bizarre Bazaar at the Soulard Art Market. Proceeds for the event benefit members of the St. Louis Slam poetry team, who will compete at the National Poetry Slam in West Palm Beach, Florida.  The four team members will be chosen this Wednesday, May 20, during a competition at Focal Point, 2720 Sutton, in Maplewood.
Robert Cohen rcohen@post-dispatch.com
Sunday May 17, 2009
Mic Boshans offers up a beat for Sean Renner, right, as they perform Sunday at the Bizarre Bazaar at the Soulard Art Market. Proceeds for the event benefit members of the St. Louis Slam poetry team, who will compete at the National Poetry Slam in West Palm Beach, Florida.  The four team members will be chosen this Wednesday, May 20, during a competition at Focal Point, 2720 Sutton, in Maplewood.
Robert Cohen rcohen@post-dispatch.com
Sunday May 17, 2009
C.J. the clown, and founder of JK Publishing, takes a cotton candy break Sunday at the Bizarre Bazaar in Soulard, a flea market for local artists and performers.  C.J., who goes only by this name, publishes books by poets and other writers.  Proceeds for the event benefit members of the St. Louis Slam poetry team, who will compete at the National Poetry Slam in West Palm Beach, Florida.  The four team members will be chosen this Wednesday, May 20, during a competition at Focal Point, 2720 Sutton, in Maplewood.
Robert Cohen rcohen@post-dispatch.com
Sunday May 17, 2009
Amanda Wells has her fortune told by Tarot reader Julia Gordon-Bramer during Sunday's Bizarre Bazaar at the Soulard Art Market. Proceeds for the event benefit members of the St. Louis Slam poetry team, who will compete at the National Poetry Slam in West Palm Beach, Florida.  The four team members will be chosen this Wednesday, May 20, during a competition at Focal Point, 2720 Sutton, in Maplewood.
Robert Cohen rcohen@post-dispatch.com
Sunday May 17, 2009
Stefan Morgan has his fortune told by Tarot reader Julia Gordon-Bramer during Sunday's Bizarre Bazaar at the Soulard Art Market. Proceeds for the event benefit members of the St. Louis Slam poetry team, who will compete at the National Poetry Slam in West Palm Beach, Florida.  The four team members will be chosen this Wednesday, May 20, during a competition at Focal Point, 2720 Sutton, in Maplewood.
Robert Cohen rcohen@post-dispatch.com
Sunday May 17, 2009
Stefan Morgan has his fortune told by Tarot reader Julia Gordon-Bramer, at right, during Sunday's Bizarre Bazaar at the Soulard Art Market. Proceeds for the event benefit members of the St. Louis Slam poetry team, who will compete at the National Poetry Slam in West Palm Beach, Florida.  The four team members will be chosen this Wednesday, May 20, during a competition at Focal Point, 2720 Sutton, in Maplewood.
Robert Cohen rcohen@post-dispatch.com
Sunday May 17, 2009
Magnets were for sale at Sunday's Bizarre Bazaar at the Soulard Art Market. Proceeds for the event benefit members of the St. Louis Slam poetry team, who will compete at the National Poetry Slam in West Palm Beach, Florida.  The four team members will be chosen this Wednesday, May 20, during a competition at Focal Point, 2720 Sutton, in Maplewood.
Robert Cohen rcohen@post-dispatch.com
Sunday May 17, 2009
A man who goes only by the name of C.J. sends a text message during Sunday's Bizarre Bazaar at the Soulard Art Market. Proceeds for the event benefit members of the St. Louis Slam poetry team, who will compete at the National Poetry Slam in West Palm Beach, Florida.  The four team members will be chosen this Wednesday, May 20, during a competition at Focal Point, 2720 Sutton, in Maplewood.
Robert Cohen rcohen@post-dispatch.com
Sunday May 17, 2009
Evan 'Copasetic Soul' Hilliard tapes himself fine tuning some of his poetry during Sunday's Bizarre Bazaar at the Soulard Art Market. Proceeds for the event benefit members of the St. Louis Slam poetry team, who will compete at the National Poetry Slam in West Palm Beach, Florida.  The four team members will be chosen this Wednesday, May 20, during a competition at Focal Point, 2720 Sutton, in Maplewood.
Robert Cohen rcohen@post-dispatch.com
Sunday May 17, 2009
Stefan Morgan spins cotton candy during Sunday's Bizarre Bazaar at the Soulard Art Market. Proceeds for the event benefit members of the St. Louis Slam poetry team, who will compete at the National Poetry Slam in West Palm Beach, Florida.  The four team members will be chosen this Wednesday, May 20, during a competition at Focal Point, 2720 Sutton, in Maplewood.
Robert Cohen rcohen@post-dispatch.com
Sunday May 17, 2009