Juneteenth in Massachusetts
Now that we poets have survived April’s National Poetry Writing Month (During which yours truly among others across the USA wrote 30 poems in 30 days), you might want to zoom on up to the Massachusetts Poetry Festival and other North Shore readings this month to hear some of the best local talent.
Happy Women’s History Month!
This essay on intersectional solidarity, written after the Women’s March, is by a Massachusetts Black Lives Matter activist and poet whom I greatly respect.
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Women Horror Writers in Salem, 2/28
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In honor of @womeninhorrormonth, we are hosting a reading event at The Witch House in Salem, MA on Feb. 28, 2017 at 7pm, in conjunction with @creativesalem! We are compiling a list of readers and further info will be available soon, but now you can mark your calendar! FunDead also happens to be an indie horror publisher created and operated by women! #scarystories #spookystories #ghoststories #gothicfiction #horror #horrorfiction #womeninhorror #shortstories #shorthorror #fundead #fundeadpublications #salem #salemma #creativesalem #thewitchhouse #witchhouse #corwinhouse #salemwitchhouse #salemwitches #writersofinstagram
Why we need art more than ever post-presidential election 2016: