7 – 8:30 PM Via Zoom
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Featured reader is followed by open mic.
November 30 – Richard Terrill’s seven books of poetry and prose take on subjects ranging from his work as a jazz saxophonist, to teaching English in a remote Chinese city, to imagined conversations with the past. His new book of essays, Essentially, seeks the “essential” in trout fishing, hearing loss, classic American movies, and much more. www.richardterrill.com.
November 30 – Patricia Barnes writes, makes art, and watches the Detroit River from her home in Wyandotte. She has won numerous prizes in ten poetry contests and her work has appeared in Peninsula Poets, The MacGuffin, Third Wednesday, and Water Music: The Great Lake State Poetry Anthology. Her latest book of poems is Cup of Home.