Four Fab Women Poets!
International Women's Day Event
Alice Lovelace, Louise Runyon,
Theresa Davis, Anne Bucey
Saturday, March 8, 8 p.m., Free!
Presented by Composition Gallery and Louise Runyon Performance Company
Funded in part by Poets & Writers, Inc.
Four of Atlanta's finest women poets will read from their work, which is highly political, deeply personal, and deals strongly with the mother/daughter relationship.
Alice Lovelace (http://www.alicelovelace.com/) is considered Atlanta's "grandmother of performance poetry"; her daughter Theresa Davis (http://www.theresadavis.blogspot.com/) is a powerful political/personal performance poet in her own right. Louise Runyon (scroll down for more info), the first woman to work at Atlantic Steel since World War II, was inspired by her 7 years there to write her first poetry; her new book explores natural landscape as well as the landscape of human relationship; Anne Bucey is a strong writer and performer who writes about family relationships, including that of daughter/mother.
Come join these dynamic women poets for a rockin' rollin' International Women's Day Saturday Night!