"Hi, Priya. Sorry I haven't responded sooner. I believe we've been at two Just Poets events recently but have not officially met. Feel free to email me at email@example.com and hopefully we can connect."
Suzanne Slack will be the featured reader. The reading is followed by an open mic.About Suzanne:Suzanne Slack is a writer and artist living in Pittsford, New York. She is a graduate of Nazareth College of Rochester and attended graduate school at Visual Studies Workshop, SUNY Brockport, and the University of Rochester. She was first published as a teenager and it sparked her intereste in the graphic quality of words on a blank page. Her last handmade book was based on her poem Dancing with…See More
Books I've written, anthologies I've contributed to, and any scripts or plays I've authored:
My work appears in following anthologies: Community Voices (University of Rochester, 2009) Cinquainicity (Palettes & Quills, 2009), Le Mot Juste (FootHills Publishing, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005), Knocking on the Silence (FootHills Publishing, 2005), The Woman in the Mirror (Palettes & Quills, 2004), Summer Songs (FootHills Publishing, 2004),
My writing is:
Poetry, Blog Posts
Services I offer to other writers:
As the manager of Poetic Effect, I serve as a literary consultant to poets. In addition to offering editorial services, I prepare poetry submissions for my advanced poet clients for individual poems to journals as well as chapbook and full length book manuscripts to publishers and contests.
I'm part of these writers' groups or salons:
I am a member of Just Poets (www.justpoets.org) as well as three other writers' groups in the Rochester, NY area.
My professional associations:
I am a member of the Academy of American Poets, The Poetry Society of America, The Association of Writers & Writing Programs, The Arts & Cultural Council of Greater Rochester, Writers & Books, and am a founding member of Just Poets. I have co-edited several anthologies (for Pallettes & Quills and Foothills Publishing) and am a former managing editor of The Bennington Review.
Shannon, thanks for your latest comment re the requirement for content within the nature writing genre. What we don't want are more descriptions of shimmering sunsets etc. I'm paraphrasing Mark Tredinnick below, an…"