The poetry reading featuring lawyer-poets didn’t start easily or comfortably.

For the past five years, Ken Jones, an enthusiastic poet and reluctant attorney, has organized poetry readings for the Art Institute of Houston, now held on the second Tuesday of each month at a Borders bookstore in Houston. But due to a scheduling mix-up, a book signing featuring a loud band and a raucous crowd was in the bookstore at the same time. Jones couldn’t host the Borders Poetry Reading Series in its regular location on the second floor of the bookstore.

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