National (Guerilla) Poetry Month With Zero Forbidden Goals Cody Drabble Tuesday, April 10, 2018 | Sacramento, CA Listen / download audio Update RequiredTo play audio, update browser or Flash plugin. Poet Andru Defeye joins Insight to talk about pop-up poetry events in Oak Park for the Zero Forbidden Goals twist on National Poetry Month.Cody Drabble / Capital Public Radio April is National Poetry Month, sponsored by the Academy of American Poets. In Sacramento, Zero Forbidden Goals is hosting several pop-up poetry events with a twist to make it National Guerilla Poetry Month. Poet Andru Defeye joins to talk about a pop-up poetry event every Monday night in Oak Park at #TheIntersection of Broadway and 35th Street. He's also co-hosting a Drunk Poetry event with Spacewalker at the Blue Lamp on April 12. Defeye also explains the Sol Collective #SchoolsNotPrisonsDIY micro-grant program for communities around California working for criminal justice reform in the state. Applications for the #SchoolsNotPrisons grant are due by April 16.