August 27, 2023 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Morgenstern's Bookstore & Cafe
849 S Auto Mall Rd

Last Sunday Poetry Reading & Open Mic

Presented by The Writers Guild at Bloomington


featuring Maria Hamilton Abegunde and Bree Jo’ann Flannelly

BREE JO’ANN FLANNELLY is a multimedia poet pursuing an MFA in Creative Writing from Butler University. She thinks a lot about fashion, the literary space, video games and neurodiversity. Her book Black Glitter was published by Monster House Press in 2018.

Maria Hamilton Abegunde is a memory keeper, ancestral priest, and full spectrum doula. Her writings have been published in Obsidian, Tupelo Quarterly, the Massachusetts Review, Black Joy Unbound, the Kenyon Review, FIRE!!!, Trouble the Waters: Tales of the Deep Blue, ASHE: Ritual Poetics in African Diasporic Expression, and SO WE CAN KNOW: Writers of Color on Pregnancy, Loss, Abortion, and Birth. She is the commissioned poet for the Ancestral Masquerades, Keeper of My Mothers’ Dreams, and Sister Song exhibitions. Dr. Abegunde is a faculty member in African American and African Diaspora Studies at IU. She is a Cave Canem, Sacatar, Ragdale, and Black Earth Institute Fellow.

You are encouraged to come early to sign up for open mic.
Last Sunday Poetry Reading & Open Mic
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