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I strongly encourage any poetry-loving Metro Detroiters to attend this free event at the Detroit Public Library in a few weeks:
WHAT: Feed Your Soul, an afternoon poetry conference featuring workshops taught by poets Brent Smith, Bryan Lackner, Catherine Calabro, francine j. harris, Justin Rogers, and National Student Poet Natalie Richardson
A public poetry reading featuring the participating poet instructors and participants as well as 2012 Detroit Poet Laureate Naomi Long Madgett
WHEN: Saturday, April 20. Workshops begin at 1pm, community reading at 3pm.
WHERE: Detroit Public Library, 5201 Woodward Avenue
WHO: 826michigan and InsideOut Literary Arts Project, two nonprofits offering creative writing programs in Detroit
HOW MUCH: Free and open to the public
1pm to 1:50pm
Explorers Room: Justin Rogers and National Student Poet Natalie Richardson//
Conference Room: Catherine Calabro//A Poem Mix Tape for Road Trips
2pm to 2:50pm
Explorers Room: francine j. harris//The Postcard Poem
Conference Room: Brent Smith and Bryan Lackner//What’s Inside A Word
3pm Public Reading and food from Detroit Vegan Soul
This post is part of my on-going series on the Ann Arbor District Library’s (AADL) Summer Game.
Yesterday, I covered the Branch Explorer badges. Today I thought you might enjoy a virtual field trip to AADL’s West Branch and the chance to spy over my shoulder as I complete the scavenger hunt there.