Sunday, March 24th, at 2 pm:
Poet Patrice Vecchione
/ A Reading & Workshop
Patrice Vecchione writes about what it means to be alive and alert to the world around her. She’s a woman who never left her girlhood jump rope behind, an artist unafraid of glitter, one who’d rather be near than far, an ordinary woman who, through poetry, celebrates the extraordinary in daily life. Her new book is The Knot Untied.
Stay after the half-hour reading, if you like, for conversation with Patrice about the knots poetry can untie that no other form can and a brief poetry workshop.
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