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Poetry Scream, hosted by R O’Donnell, at the Boiler Room, a non-profit, social-service orientated, youth-centric, all-ages creative space, soup kitchen, and coffee shop, plays every Tuesday at 7pm sharp!

Now in it’s 3rd season, the Poetry Scream is a minimum of five poets in rapid succession, delivering poems, monologues, stories, and even dissertation’s. Boiler Room will present the Poetry Scream every Tuesday at 7pm. This is a free event, and all writers and readers may sign up for that evening’s presentation a half hour before curtain.

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The Boiler Room is located at 711 Water St Port Townsend, WA 98368, phone (360) 379-8247.

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The Poetry Scream, created and hosted by poet R. O’Donnell is a fast-paced poetry reading whereby uncensored poets are unleashed at the podium, will premiere this summer at The Boiler Room in Port Townsend, WA.


Poetry (from the Latin poeta, a poet) is a form of literary art in which language is used for its aesthetic and evocative qualities in addition to, or in lieu of, its apparent meaning.

Scream v.intr.
1. To speak or write in a heated hysterical manner.
2. To have or produce a startling effect: The outlandish costume screamed with clashing colors.
1. A long, loud, piercing cry or sound.
2. Informal. One that is hilariously or ridiculously funny: The new play was a scream.

The Boiler Room is a non-profit all-ages venue for music art, poetry, and theater.  A youth-run business, The Boiler Room fosters a culture of volunteers and celebrates community, growth, learning and empowerment of youth and the young-at-heart. We are located in the heart of a small Victorian seaport (Port Townsend, Washington State) in the Pacific Northwest.