Events || 2nd Wednesdays at Northeast Regional Library
2nd Wednesday’s Poetry @ Northeast Regional Library
curated by North of Oxford Literary Journal
May 10th; 6PM - 7:30PM
Brought to you by the publishers of The Fox Chase Review, North of Oxford is an international literary journal. North of Oxford is designed to bring the words of poets and authors to our readership in a basic presentation without pretense, and is dedicated to centering new and established voices in the literary world!
Join us on May 10th with featured authors and poets TS Hawkins & Emari DiGiorgio! This event is free and open to the public.
ABOUT TS HAWKINS
TS Hawkins is an international author, performance poet, art activist, playwright, trauma-informed educator, and member of the Dramatists Guild. Plays, short works, and books include Seeking Silence, sweet bread peaches (formerly, Cartons of Ultrasounds), Too Late to Apologize, In Their Silence (formerly, They’ll Neglect to Tell You), #RM2B, The Secret Life of Wonder: a prologue in G, AGAIN, #SuiteReality, “don’t wanna dance with ghosts…”, Sugar Lumps & Black Eye Blues, Confectionately Yours, Mahogany Nectar, Lil Blaek Book: all the long stories short, and The Hotel Haikus. Ongoing projects: TrailOff and Community Capital: an Afrofuturism South Philly Walking Experience.
ABOUT EMARI DiGIORGIO
Emari DiGiorgio is the author of Girl Torpedo, winner of the Numinous Orison, Luminous Origin Literary Award, and The Things a Body Might Become. Her poetry has received numerous awards, including the Auburn Witness Poetry Prize, RHINO’s Founder’s Prize, and a poetry fellowship from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts. At Stockton, Emari teaches first-year writing and poetry, is Faculty Director of Murphy Writing, and serves as President of the Stockton Federation of Teachers.