Juliet Cook's first live poetry reading in over two years!

Just a reminder for those interested (and for me)! This Saturday (August 13) from 4-7!
The first live poetry reading I've been part of in quite some time. "Featured readers Juliet Cook, Dan Denton, Robin Mullet, and Bob Phillips. Features are followed by the city's best open mic."
This is going to be the first live poetry reading that Blood Pudding Press editor and poet Juliet Cook has participated in (or attended) in over two years (because of Covid and feeling uncomfortable in groups etc...) and she is really looking forward to it, despite her nerves!

Saturday August 13 from 4-7!

Now she just has to finish deciding which poems to read. Probably mostly new ones filled with self-deprecation, seizures, and other disturbances, and maybe one or two of her and Darryl Shupe's collaborative poems about nasty fair(y) tails and violence and chickens...

Thank you very much to Jonie McIntire and Uncloistered Poetry for inviting her to be a part of this reading!

See more here -  https://www.facebook.com/events/7855710181167156


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