Poetry of Crisis & Community: A Women's History Month Benefit Reading
In conjunction with Jersey City’s Office of Cultural Affairs, I am pleased to present my first official event as Poet Laureate of Jersey City! Poetry of Crisis and Community is a Women's History Month reading featuring local poets Crystal Letters, Madhuri Pavamani, Theta Pavis, and myself. Join us tomorrow evening, March 2 at 7PM at Froth on Franklin in Jersey City Heights.
Poetry is an agile and potent tool for responding to crises and current events, so this event, bringing together our community in appreciation of the arts, is also a benefit for the earthquake relief efforts in Turkey and Syria during this time of crisis. All proceeds will be directed toward the relief efforts of Doctors Without Borders.
Poetry of Crisis and Community
Thursday, March 2 at 7pm
Froth on Franklin
85 Franklin Street
Jersey City, NJ
An ASL interpreter will be present at this event.
Many thanks to Froth on Franklin for partnering with us and generously offering their beautiful coffee house on this event!
Poetry Reading for the The Wilkes University English Department and the Allan Hamilton Dickson Spring Writers Series, at 7pm on Wednesday, March 15, in the Karambelas Media and Communication Center, Room 135, Wilkes University, Wilkes-Barre, PA.
The Path of a Poet, a panel discussion with former Poet Laureate Rescue Poetix and me, sponsored by the Poet Laureate, Jersey City Office of Cultural Affairs, and Jersey City Writers, at 7pm on Thursday, April 13, at Jersey City City Hall.
Nature Poetry workshop series to be held on Saturdays in April for the Native Plant Society of New Jersey. Registration will open soon for this is members-only offering, so now is the time to join the Native Plant Society! They have a rich array of year-round offerings, from workshops and webinars to plant sales and outings. See below or follow the link for more info.
Thanks for following along, friends. I hope to see some of you tomorrow evening at Froth!