Saturday Breakfast – Open Microphone

Please consider joining us early on Saturday morning for an Open Microphone event, hosted by Onondaga Community College Professor Mark Muhammad.

Sign up begins at 7:20 am and readings start at 7:45 and continue throughout breakfast.  Reading times are as follows:

  • Poems – 3 minutes
  • Short Stories / Non-Fiction – 5 minutes
  • Plays – 10 minutes

Please feel free to share your own work or that of a favorite writer.  We look forward to hearing from you!

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Mark D. Muhammad

Mark Muhammad is an associate professor in the English/Reading/Communication department at his alma mater, Onondaga Community College, where he received an associate’s degree in Business Technology. He has a bachelor’s degree from Cornell University’s renowned School of Industrial and Labor Relations, and a master’s degree in Speech Communication from Syracuse University. Currently, he is a doctoral student in the Executive Leadership Program at St. John Fisher College, and serves on the Syracuse City School District’s Board of Education.