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Readings and Open Mic

PENELOPE BASS
7 pm., Tuesday January 08 | Free.
Milepost 5
850 NE 81st Ave.
 
Dena Rash Guzman is the founding editor of the literary journal Unshod Quills as well as the producer and curator of Portland reading series Unchaste Readers. This year she released the debut collection of her writing, Life Cycle. Joining her will be poet Emily Pittman Newberry (Butterfly a Rose), who has long explored the human condition in her writing and own role as a transgendered woman growing up in the Midwest after World War II. If anyone feels worthy to take the stage after these two ladies, an open mic will follow.

Where: Milepost 5
Phone: 729-3223
Address: 850 NE 81st Ave.
Website: www.milepostfive.com

 
 

Milepost 5

850 NE 81st Ave.
Portland, OR
 
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