March First Wednesday Features Adam Hughes (Virginia) & Renay Sanders (Cleveland) (Zoom &

Join us for a reading of poetry, followed by an open mic. Co-hosted by Jonie McIntire. Watch on Facebook Live or register for the Zoom room here. Wednesday, March 3, at 7:00 PM EST. Adam Hughes is the author of four full-length poetry collections, most recently Allow the Stars to Catch Me When I Rise (Salmon Poetry, 2017) and Deep Cries Out to Deep (Aldrich Press, 2017). Born and raised in Central Ohio, he now resides in the foothills of Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains where he is pursuing an MFA at Randolph College. He can be found on twitter @adamhughespoet1.

Renay Sanders has published poems in the Hessler Street, Writing Knights and Poet’s Haven anthologies, the chapbook Dancing in Place and the story “Cemetery Run” in the Women of Appalachia Project 2019. A native Clevelander, her poems are inspired by the characters she encounters in life and the beauty of the Cuyahoga Valley where she now resides.

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