Poet’s Corner ft. Barbara Young
June 24 @ 7:00 pm –8:00 pm CDTFree
Join fellow poetry enthusiasts for a reading by featured local poet, Barbara Young!
Barbara E. Young is a native of Nashville, Tennessee and now lives—with Jim and two cats—in the outlying town of White Bluff. A poet in high school and college, Young gave up on writing due to a misconception. Young thought writers wrote because they had something important to say. It was as a senior citizen that Young discovered how wrong that idea was, and that writers write because they need to write.
Young has since published two chapter books. Her book, Heirloom Language, will be available from Madville Publishing https://madvillepublishing.com/ after Spring 2021. Learn more on her website: https://barbaraeyoung.com/.
Stream Live: on our Facebook page at 7:00 pm CT. No login or account registration necessary to view the reading. A recording of the reading will be available on our Facebook page and YouTube channel after the live-stream ends.
Live audience is welcome to watch the reading (free and open to the public; no tickets required). The reading will take place in Harambee Auditorium in Fondren Hall (see campus map). Parking on campus is free and available in Parking Lot A.
For more information about this event, email Rev. Donna Patterson at email@example.com.