La Vida Liverpool Poets is a series showcasing some of the best spoken word artists in Liverpool and the North West. There’s an abundance of cool venues and pubs across the North West hosting poetry and open mic nights and at these nights you’ll discover highly talented wordsmiths sharing their creativity with the audience. La Vida Liverpool Poets aims to capture these maestros on film and provide performance poets with a bigger audience and a platform to showcase their ways with words. In this article we bring you Lyndsay Price.
Lyndsay is a spoken word artist and founder of Salt Water Poetry: a blog that celebrates creative living in all its aspects. Lyndsay writes to make sense of her experiences as a woman; she shares it because she believes that stories can unite us together. She’s particularly interested in how spoken word can be used as a tool to ignite social change. Lyndsay writes mainly about: friendship, sisterhood, sexuality, self-improvement, nature and 90’s movies.
Notable performances have been at: Sound City, Threshold Festival, Platform Festival, The Last Word (Support act for Debris Stevenson), Light Night, Alternative Fashion Fest, The Great Northern Slam, The Axis Slam (Guest Judge), Spoken Weird and the SAN Conference. Her work has been published in What’s Your Pride Story (Writing on the Wall), Womanly Words (Shakti Women) and Liverpool Luna Collective.
For Lyndsay’s Salt Water Poetry site CLICK HERE