So, I have a few writerly things coming up that I thought I'd take a brief moment to share.
• Tuesday, July 20, at 7 p.m. I'll be hosting a regular essay writing group at Borders Books in Canton, Michigan. I know that's not Tecumseh or even Ypsilanti. Canton, however, is where I grew up, so I'm giving my old hometown a nod. I'm hoping that it will be well attended and become a regular monthly event.
• Saturday, July 24, at 2 p.m. at Borders Books in Canton, again. I'll
be reading and discussing my story that appears in Cup of Comfort for a
Better World. I'll also be signing books.
• Monday, July 26, from 6 to 8 p.m. I'll be in Tecumseh teaching a found poetry, altered books class for Community Arts of Tecumseh. There is still time to sign up. Call 423.0000. If found poems don't interest you, there are plenty of other classes going on throughout the summer.
• Monday, Aug. 9, I'm co-teaching a Book in a Box Poetry Workshop with Britton-Macon School art teacher Taina Bundshuh. I'll be teaching the poetry part and assisting Taina with the book in a box part.
That's about it for now.