If you are a poet, storyteller, or musician looking for a venue to share your work, we have one request of you: BRING YOUR TRUTH.
“Weave & Spin” is a new open mic series focusing on voices who have something to tell us about the deep and dirty of human experience. We welcome BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, and everyone else who has waited too long to be heard. Join Hillsborough poet Morrow Dowdle on the second Wednesday of every month from 7-9 p.m at the Eno Arts Mill Gallery. Each event will begin with a featured performer followed by an open mic. Free admission; refreshments will be for sale. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for open mic sign-up. Must be 18 and older to enter and perform. Contact email@example.com for more information.
The featured performer for March is eco-poet Liza Wolff-Francis.
Liza Wolff-Francis is a poet and writer. Beginning in January 2023, she will be the Poet Laureate of Carrboro, North Carolina. She has an ekphrastic poem published in Austin’s Blanton Art Museum and was co-director for the 2014 Austin International Poetry Festival. Her writing has been widely anthologized and her work has most recently appeared in Silver Birch Press, Wild Roof Journal, SLAB, and eMerge magazine. She has written reviews of poetry books that have been published on Adroit, Compulsive Reader, and LitPub. Her chapbook, Language of Crossing, was published by Swimming with Elephant Publications in 2015.