Poet3Live Reading: March 24, 2018

Mimi Herman, Kelly Lenox, and Pamela Taylor

On Saturday, March 24, 2018 from 1:00 to 1:45 pm EST, tune in to Poet3Live: an analog reading in a digital world. Mimi Herman, Kelly Lenox and Pamela Taylor will read from their collections of poetry, introduce new poems and offer a special treat: three new poems written for this event.  

Introverts, enjoy the reading in the privacy of your own home via our Facebook Live event. Join the event and tune in here. 

For those of you looking to venture out in the world, we’ll be reading in person at Press 53’s Gathering of Poets. Join us at the Poetry in Plain Sight Lounge at the Winston-Salem Marriott at 425 North Cherry Street.

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$30 + $4 S/H

Mimi Herman is the author of Logophilia, the 2017 North Carolina Piedmont Laureate, a Kennedy Center Teaching Artist and a Ghost Ranch faculty member. She holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Warren Wilson College. Her writing has appeared in Michigan Quarterly Review, Shenandoah, Crab Orchard Review, The Hollins Critic, Prime Number and Main Street Rag. Mimi has performed her poetry and fiction at venues ranging from Why There Are Words in Sausalito, California to Symphony Space in New York City. With her partner, John Yewell, she offers Writeaways writing workshops and retreats in France, Italy and North Carolina. You can find her at www.mimiherman.com and www.writeaways.com.

Kelly Lenox is a writer and translator whose work has been published in the U.S., Ireland, U.K., and Slovenia. In 2017 she founded the Erase-Transform Poetry Project (erase-transform.ink). Kelly holds an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts and a Bachelors in Environmental Science. She is a technical writer and editor for the National Institutes of Health. She lives in Durham, NC.

Pamela Taylor is a data guru by day and a poet by night. She has a doctorate in social psychology from UCLA, a MFA in Writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts, and is a Cave Canem Fellow. When she is not working or writing, she’s dancing Argentine tango in the Boston area. Pamela’s first chapbook of poetry, My Mother’s Child, was published by Hyacinth Girl Press in June 2015. You can find her at https://poetsdoublelife.com/about/.