Moonstone Virtual Poetry – Feb 10
Posted by Moonstone Art Center on February 9, 2021
Moonstone Art Center presents a Virtual Poetry Reading: Hermond Palmer, Cherise A. Pollard, Leena Taylor, with Sean Hanahan on Wednesday, February 10, 2021, 7:00 PM.
Access the Zoom here (Meeting ID: 843 0832 9737, Passcode: 678146)
Hermond Palmer is a poet, author and song writer who has performed his work at spoken-word venues in and around Harlem, Philadelphia, and Washington D.C. He is author of Echoes from the Quiet that I Keep, Words to Fill the Light in You, and What the Ancestors Told Me and I Decided to Listen.
Cherise A. Pollard, Ph.D., is Director of the Poetry Center at West Chester University, a Cave Canem and Callaloo Fellow. Her work has appeared in 5 AM, Affilia: The Journal of Women in Social Work, African American Review, The Healing Muse, The Pittsburgh Poetry Review, PoemMemoirStory, Rattle and others.
Leena Taylor’s expression of a women that is often overlooked, she is black, she is Muslim, she is women in a place that can hardly understand the nuances of one of those identities. Her debut chapbook is available here.
Sean Hanahan, Host – Open Reading Follows
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