Poetry Reading CAM Raleigh
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Poetry Reading CAM Raleigh
Poetry Reading
Free  .  Past

Poetry Reading

Free  .  Past
Endorsed by Tess Howard

Three women poets head to CAM Raleigh and read their work. Heather Green, Laurea Jaramillo, and Mary Anna Rice will share their work for a night of entertaining poetry.

"Heather Green's poems have appeared in AGNI, Barrow Street, Denver Quarterly, Everyday Genius, and elsewhere, and are forthcoming in the Bennington Review. Her translation of Tristan Tzara's 1938 Noontimes Won was published in 2018 by Octopus Books, and her translation of Tzara's Guide to the Heart Rail was released in 2017 in a limited-run art edition by Goodmorning Menagerie.

Laura Jaramillo is a poet from Queens. She is also a film scholar and critic, and the author of the full-length collection of poems Material Girl (subpress, 2012). Her latest manuscript, Making Water, investigates embodied experience in the midst of environmental collapse and rising fascism.

Mary Anna Rice is a graduate teaching assistant and MFA Fiction candidate at NC State. She earned her BA in English with a concentration in creative writing from NC State University. She has worked as an editorial assistant for Foundry Media, as a student assistant doing archival work in the Lindsey chemistry lab, as a freelance copy-editor, and as a section editor and columnist for The Technician. Her work has appeared in Atlantis Magazine and Windhover Creative Magazine."

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CAM Raleigh
409 W Martin St
Raleigh, NC 27603
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Thursday, December 13th, 8:00p - 10:00p
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