I’ll be reading at Silver Tongue Saturdays, April 1st, 5 pm

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I’ll be reading old and new work this coming Saturday, April 1 at Silver Tongue Saturdays in Auburn. I’m looking forward to it because poetry is an oral tradition, I enjoy reading , I never know what useful information I’ll receive about how my words fall together, I get to meet and talk with people who like poetry, prose, writing, and writers. I’m also excited because this will be my first in person reading since the before times (as N. K. Jemisin has called the time before the most recent and ongoing global pandemic). Please note that masks are required if you plan to attend in person.

West Trestle Review hosts Silver Tongue Saturdays at the Auburn City Hall, Council Chambers, on the first Saturday of each month. The reading is held in person, streamed and recorded on West Trestle Review’s YouTube Channel. There is an open mic after the featured reader. Karla Brundage read last month (check out the recording of her reading), and devorah major will read in May. Both are writers, educators, and activists with whom I’m proud to be in community.

If you haven’t read West Trestle Review, you should. This online literary magazine is rich with the voices of women and nonbinary writers from around the world.

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