Poetry on the road: Day 3, workshop at Scotia, reading at CREATE

Sandee Meade, the radiant woman in the middle, directs Scotia House and set up the two writing workshops and the reading with CREATE. Tod Marshall and I read to a lively crowd, of which more than 50% were local high school students.
Sandee Meade, the radiant woman in the middle, directs Scotia House and set up the two writing workshops and the reading with CREATE. Tod Marshall and I read to a lively crowd — more than half were students from the local high school.
Tod Marshall kicked things off with a terrific reading, including a Whitman-influenced piece in praise of the belly.
Tod Marshall kicked things off with a terrific reading, including a Whitman-influenced piece in praise of the belly.

2 thoughts on “Poetry on the road: Day 3, workshop at Scotia, reading at CREATE

  1. Teresa Vanairsdale

    It’s beyond wonderful that students from my alma mater–NHS, we’re exposed to two amazing poets and the culture of literary pursuits.

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