CANCELLED THIS MONTH.
WE WILL HAVE OUR TWO GUEST READERS AT A LATER DATE.
STAY HEALTHY EVERYONE
The Sunday Poetry Reading & Open Mic
Karen George is author of five chapbooks, most recently an ekphrastic collaborative chapbook, Frame and Mount the Sky (Finishing Line Press, 2017), and two poetry collections from Dos Madres Press, Swim Your Way Back (2014) and A Map and One Year (2018). Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Valparaiso Poetry Review, Adirondack Review, Louisville Review, Naugatuck River Review, Sliver of Stone, and Still: The Journal. She received grants from Kentucky Foundation for Women and Kentucky Arts Council, and holds an MFA in Writing from Spalding University. She reviews poetry at Poetry Matters blog: http://readwritepoetry.blogspot.com/, and is co-founder and fiction editor of the online journal, Waypoints: http://www.waypointsmag.com/. She retired from computer programming to write full-time. She lives in Florence, Kentucky, and enjoys photography and visiting museums, historic river towns, mountains, parks, and gardens.
JL Kato is a former newspaper copy editor and former poetry editor of Flying Island. The Indiana Center for the Book designated his first book, Shadows Set in Concrete, as 2011’s Best Book of Indiana for poetry. He once accidentally plowed into Dan Quayle’s midsection. Kato lives in Beech Grove.