The Studio Series: Poetry Reading and Open Mic will feature John Sibley Williams and Anita Sullivan on March 12 at Stonehenge Studios, 3508 SW Corbett Avenue, Portland 97239 from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. Free and open to the public, the Studio Series is held monthly on second Sundays. For additional information, please contact Leah Stenson at email@example.com.
John Sibley Williams is the editor of two Northwest poetry anthologies and the author of nine collections, most recently Disinheritance and Controlled Hallucinations. A seven-time Pushcart nominee, John is the winner of numerous awards, including the Philip Booth Award, American Literary Review Poetry Contest, Nancy D. Hargrove Editors' Prize, Confrontation Poetry Prize, and Vallum Award for Poetry. He serves as editor of The Inflectionist Review and works for a local press. Previous publishing credits include: The Yale Review, Midwest Quarterly, Sycamore Review, Poetry Northwest, The Massachusetts Review, Saranac Review, Arts & Letters, Columbia Poetry Review, Mid-American Review, Third Coast, RHINO, and various anthologies.
Born under the sign of Libra, Anita Sullivan cheerfully admits to a life governed by matters of beauty, balance, harmony – and indecisiveness. She taught without becoming a teacher; danced without becoming a dancer; longed to live in the desert and kept coming back to the rainforest. A non-stop writer since the age of six, she has published two essay collections, a literary fantasy novel and four collections of poetry. Her latest chapbook And If the Dead Do Dream, true to her Libra roots, has a theme of parallel worlds.
Storyteller Will Hornyak presents:
Beyond Doom: The Legend of Tuan Mac Cairill
Myths, poems, legends and lore from the ancient heart of Ireland.
2 shows - 7 and 9 pm
When a fiercely devoted monk meets a shape-shifting druid, their stories reveal opposing spiritual beliefs and cultural traditions that intertwine like a Celtic knot and define Ireland for centuries to come.
Stonehenge Studios 3508 SW Corbett, Portland
$15.00 cash at the door
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