Sun, Oct 10|
Let's (Book) Talk!
Monthly Series on the Second Sunday of the Month, to meet award-winning local authors to discuss their latest works!
Time & Location
Oct 10, 2021, 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Catonsville, 10 St Timothys Ln, Catonsville, MD 21228, USA
About the Event
Ann Quinn (b. 1964) was born in Monterey, California, to a naval pilot father and a Presbyterian minister mother. She is now a poet, editor, teacher, mentor, mother, and classical clarinetist. In her poetry collection, Final Deployment, published by Finishing Line Press, the child of a Vietnam War naval aviator matures into motherhood and experiences the death of her own mother. These poems remind us of what nature teaches about death’s necessity and its potential for transfiguration. Ann’s award-winning work has been published in journals such as Poet Lore, Potomac Review, Little Patuxent Review, Loch Raven Review, Vietnam War Poetry, and is included in the anthology Red Sky: Poetry on the Global Epidemic of Violence Against Women. She conducts writing workshops and music camps, volunteers in schools and libraries, and plays in a symphony orchestra. Ann holds an M.F.A. in poetry from Pacific Lutheran University and lives in Catonsville, Maryland with her family. Visit her at www.annquinn.net
About the Facilitator: Patti Ross graduated from Washington, DC's Duke Ellington School for the Performing Arts and The American University. After graduation several of her journalist pieces were published in the Washington Times and the Rural America newspapers. Retiring from a career in technology Patti has rediscovered her love of writing and shares her voice as the spoken word artist "little pi." Her poems are published in the Pen In Hand Journal, PoetryXHunger website and Oyster River Pages: Composite Dreams Issue. Her debut chapbook, St. Paul Street Provocations, will be released in July 2021 by Yellow Arrow Publishing. Follow her blog at: https://littlepisuniverse.com
This Catonsville Arts District event is hosted by the Baltimore County Arts Guild which follows Covid-19 aware practices and mandates by Baltimore County and the State of Maryland. Thisopen house is made possible in part with funding from the Baltimore County Arts Guild, the Maryland State Arts Council and the Citizens of Baltimore County.
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