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Slam, Bam, Thank You, Ma'am
Handicapping the Slam Team Poets
Books Story  May 30, 1997, by Brett Holloway-Reeves
"...It's the first time we've had more than one woman in the lineup -- Genevieve Van Cleve, returning from '95, and Susan B.A. Somers-Willett..."

My Slammer Vacation
How I Spent...
Books Story  September 5, 1997, by Phil West
"...For the Austin team (Coach Mike Henry, Genevieve Van Cleve, Susan B.A. Somers-Willett, Wammo, and myself) the actual competition could have left us with a bittersweet taste if we let it..."

J. Scott Brownlee's Requiem for Used Ignition Cap
J. Scott Brownlee's first full-length poetry collection brings him back to Llano, powerfully
Arts Story  December 23, 2015, by Robert Faires
"...27, at 2pm, Brownlee will join poets John Fry and Susan B.A. Somers-Willett in a reading at Malvern Books, 613 W..."

Texans = Wild
Books Column  July 11, 1997, by Clay Smith
"...Entertainment includes performances by the slam team (Susan B.A. Somers-Willett, Genevieve Van Cleve, Wammo, and Phil West), SXIP, Guy Forsyth, a screening of the new Wammo video "There Is Too Much Light in This Bar," and a highlight reel from the documentary project about the 1996 Austin team..."

Words for Words
Spoken-word artists on their art form, the National Poetry Slam, and one another
Arts Story  August 3, 2007
"...Those were exciting years because nobody had quite figured anything out in terms of "formula." We were pulling poems out of our pants every week, like, "How do y'all like me now?" So many amazing voices came out of that scene: Gene­vieve Van Cleve, Ragan Fox, Ernie Cline, Andy Buck, Wammo, Susan B.A. Somers-Willett, to name a few..."

South by Spoken Word
No Slam, Thank You, Ma'am
Music Story  March 20, 1998, by Phil West
"...SUSAN B. ANTHONY SOMERS-WILLETT: Her spot on the 1997 Austin Poetry Slam Team is evidence of her performance abilities, and her craft is arguably the best-rendered and best-articulated of any Austin poet..."

Public Notice
Things are gearing up in public service-land for Austin's sizzling summer. Here are a few things to do this weekend, plus a jump on next, to boot.
Columns  May 25, 2001, by Kate X Messer
"...The goal is to give girls the space and skills to gain a public voice while they build confidence, interact with professional women artists and performers (like media maven K. Bradford, fine slam poet Susan Somers-Willett, teacher, writer, and performer Thesesa Burke, and Madge Darlington of the Rude Mechanicals), and make new friends from diverse economic, racial, and cultural backgrounds..."

East Austin Studio Tour
The city's autumn marathon of art covers work by some 300 artists in 175 venues
Arts Story  November 12, 2010, by Robert Faires and Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Landmarks, the University of Texas public art program, hosts an afterparty with artist David Ellis, who was commissioned to create the motion painting Animal for UT-Austin. The party features a Q&A with Ellis, a poetry reading by Susan Somers-Willett, live painting by Sloke One and Rei, music by DJ Orion, DJ Tako, and Mesanger, and performances by Bboy-Recon and the Austin Urban Dancers..."

Lectures, Classes, Misc.
News Story  March 14, 1997
"...* THE AUSTIN POETRY ENSEMBLE (APE) features Mike Henry, Peter Manriquez, Susan Somers-Willett, Hilary Thomas, Genevieve Van Cleve, and Phil West. These sorted (sordid?) circus runaways from Blue Plates and environs will perform their no-net, high-wire poetics on a monthly basis in costuming yet to be determined..."

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