January 8, 2022 Reading with Lucinda Marshall and Teri Ellen Cross Davis

Reading Moved, Poets Switched -- these two wonderful Poets will be coming soon...

Please join us on January 8th, 1:30-3 pm, when our featured poets will be Lucinda Marshall and Teri Ellen Cross Davis. The reading will be at the Quince Orchard Library (15831 Quince Orchard Rd./Gaithersburg 20878) and is hosted by Kristin Kowalski Ferragut and will be followed by an Open Mic. Please feel free to bring a poem that you have written to share (one page maximum).

Lucinda Marshall is the author of Inheritance Of Aging Self (Finishing Line Press, 2021). Her poetry has appeared in Global PoemicsBroadkill ReviewFoliate OakThe Rising Phoenix Review, and Poetica, among others, as well as in the anthologies “Poems in the Aftermath” (Indolent Books), “You Can Hear The Ocean” (Brighten Press), “Is It Hot In Here Or Is It Just Me?” (Beautiful Cadaver Project), and “We Will Not Be Silenced” (Indie Blu(e) Publishing).  Her writing has received awards from Waterline Writers, Third Wednesday, and Montgomery Magazine. She is also an award-winning artist who has worked in a variety of mediums, including her most recent work in improvisational quilting.

Teri Ellen Cross Davis is the author of a more perfect Union,  2019  Journal/Charles B. Wheeler Poetry Prize winner and Haint, awarded the 2017 Ohioana Book Award for Poetry. A Cave Canem fellow and member of the Black Ladies Brunch Collective. She is the Folger Shakespeare Library’s Poetry Coordinator.

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