Thursday, May 18, 2023 6:00 PM
322 1st Ave S
Seattle, WA, 98104
Join us for our Third Thursday Poetry Reading Series at Arundel Books. This event is free and open to all!
Learn more bout the authors:
Becka Huvard is a Seattle-based poet and disability rights advocate. Her work has appeared as part of the Chatwin Books broadside series, in the Comfort issue of the Papeachu Review, and in the Papeachu Press anthology From the Waist Down: the body in healthcare.
Lynne Ellis (she/they) writes in pen. They are an award-winning poet, published in numerous literary journals and anthologies. Currently writing from a large city in the Cascadia bioregion, Lynne believes that all of her poems are works of collaboration. Her subjects fly from monarch butterflies to surgical experiences; from sexuality to classical music, to geological time. Ellis serves on the editorial board at Nimrod International Journal and is co-editor at Papeachu Press—supporting the voices of women and nonbinary creators. Connect on Instagram @stagehandpoet
Erika Brumett’s words appear in numerous publications, including North American Review, Prairie Schooner, New Ohio Review, and Barrow Street. She is the winner of RHINO’s Editor's Prize, Martha's Vineyard Institute of Creative Writing Poetry Fellowship, as well as the Black Mountain Press 2019 Writer's Grant. Erika is the author of the novel, Scrap Metal Sky (Shape&Nature Press), and the chapbook, bonehouse (Green Linden Press). She received a Special Mention in The Pushcart Prize, 2021 Anthology.