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Nancy Purcell

Monday, October 4, 2021

Oct 8 Seattle Poet: Online Reading, Discussion, and Open Mic

Writers' Night Out - Oct 8, 7 p.m.

Online Reading + Discussion... + Open Mic via ZOOM

"What teaching poetry to children has taught me about writing."
with Debby Bacharach, poet, editor, & teacher

Debby Bacharach is the author of Shake & Tremor (Grayson Books, 2021) and After I Stop Lying (Cherry Grove Collections, 2015).  

Her poems and essays have been published in journals nationally and internationally, including Midwest Quarterly, Poetry Ireland Review, Vallum, Cimarron Review, New Letters, and Poet Lore, and she has received a Pushcart prize honorable mention.  Debby has been the featured reader at poetry readings in Boston, Oberlin, Seattle, South Bend, and Minneapolis.

Educated at Swarthmore College and the University of Minnesota, Debby lives in Seattle with her family. She is a college writing instructor, editor, and tutor and teaches poetry workshops for children.  Find out more about her at DeborahBacharach.com.

For Zoom link and Open Mic sign-up, email 
Glenda: glendabeall@msn.com



Writers' Night Out is a
North Carolina Writers' Network-West event
on the second Friday of every month.

We will continue via Zoom for now. 
 
Sometime we hope to continue in person at our new location:
The Ridges Resort on Lake Chatuge 
so please check your email.
 
But don't wait, join the fun and camaraderie on Zoom! 

Upcoming guests:
Nov 12: Ed Southern, NCWN Executive Director & Author
Ed's new book is Fight Songs: A Story of Love & Sports in a Complicated South

December, January, February: winter break

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