Join me for a poetry workshop at Whirligig Stage in Uptown Greenville. This seven week course will help poets at all levels to work on topic generation, revision, and getting out of your own way in your writing! Hope to see you! Contact Whirligig Stage for further information.
Come out for First Friday Whirly Writers at Whirligig Stage in Uptown Greenville! September 7, we will have poets Malaika King Albrecht, Celestine Davis, Gabrielle Brant Freeman, and Amber Flora Thomas. Stay for Jazz at 8!
Books will be available for purchase at the event. Book signing after the reading.
Join writer Gabrielle Brant Freeman at Moxie Pop for some flash writing! Explore a new writing prompt -- the color of emotion, think/pair/share/, scent memory, ekphrasis, confession (oooooh!) -- every 30 minutes. Come to Moxie Pop at 5:00, 5:30, 6:00, 6:30, 7:00, and/or 7:30 this First Friday and kick start some poems/ flash fiction/ stories!
Every 30 minutes: hear original poetry or flash fiction, get a prompt, do some writing, share out (if you want to!). Bring your journal or a cocktail napkin and a pen. Let's write!
I am the Featured Poet for the March First Tuesday Open Mike at the Trent River Coffee Company in New Bern. After my reading, the mike is open for other poets who sign up. The First Tuesday Poetry Open Mike is a free event sponsored by the Nexus Poets, a group of Eastern North Carolina poets promoting poetry in the area.
Come out and hear three Nasty Women read poetry! Join Glenis Redmond, Kathleen Nalley, and Gabrielle Brant Freeman at M. Judson. Glenis will read from her new book What My Hand Say published by Press 53, Kathleen will read from her chapbooks Nesting Doll and American Sycamore, and Gabrielle will read from her new book When She Was Bad out from Press 53.
Join Winston--Salem Writers for ‘Poetry in Plain Sight, Live!' featuring poems from the Fall seaon: September, October, and November.
Poems will be included from: Barbara Mellin, Pam Baggett, Caroljean Gavin, Renee Butner, Glenis Redmond, Gabrielle Brant Freeman, Barbara Presnell, Terri Kirby Erickson, Becky Gould Gibson, Grace Ellis, Peg Bresnahan, and Mary Ricketson.
This live reading is free and open to the public. Book and poetry poster sales will be available. Don’t miss this chance to mingle among North Carolina poets from across our state who support our efforts to put ‘Poetry in Plain Sight.’
Sponsors: Bookmarks, North Carolina Writers’ Network, GreeNest.
Special thanks to our sponsor Press 53, celebrating eleven years in October, and our collaborating partner in Poetry in Plain Sight from the start of the program.