2nd Thursday Poetry featuring Christine Boldt
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BookWoman 2nd Thursday Poetry Reading and Open Mic featuring Christine Boldt, author of "For Every Tatter"
This is the link to register for the event: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bookwoman-2nd-thursday-poetry-reading-and-open-mic-with-christine-boldt-tickets-154458799427
About this event:
Christine H. Boldt will read from her inaugural poetry collection, For Every Tatter (Lamar University Press, 2021). Boldt, a retired librarian, was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Nigeria in the 1960s, lived in Italy during the 1970s, and has lived in Texas for forty years. Her publication credits for prose include Christianity and Crisis, the Washington Post, the Dallas Morning News, and Working Mother, while her poetry has appeared in Christian Century, Windhover, The Texas Poetry Calendar,Bearing the Mask, Adam, Eve, and the Riders of the Apocalypse, the Poetry Society of Texas’ Book of the Year; Red River Review, Ilyia’s Honey, and Encore. Her collection Missing, One Muse: The Poetry of Sylvia St. Stevens was selected as the winner of the 2018 Alabama State Poetry Society Morris Memorial Chapbook Competition.
Cindy Huyser hosts; an open mic follows.
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