Writers Read at Fallbrook Library Presents
Conney D. Williams and special guest Natalie Patterson
Celebrating National Poetry Month
Date: Tuesday, April 11, from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m.
Location: Fallbrook Library, 124 S Mission, Fallbrook
Conney D. Williams, a poet, actor and performance artist, originally from Shreveport, Louisiana, is a favorite at Writers Read. He's with us this month to share new works and celebrate the power of the written word.
Conney’s first collection of poetry, Leaves of Spilled Spirit from an Untamed Poet, was published in 2002. His poetry has also been published in various journals and anthologies including Voices from Leimert Park; America: At the End of the Day; and The Drumming Between Us. His collection Blues Red Soul Falsetto was published in December 2012, and he has released two new poetry CDs, Unsettled Water and River&Moan, available on his website.
Natalie Patterson is a Los Angeles-based poet, teaching artist and artrepreneur, dedicated to changing the world one poem at a time. Natalie starred in the web series “That’s What She Said” produced by SoulPancake and Darling Magazine. She collaborated with Sephora, resulting in the video “Wake Up Call” produced by Sephora University. She has traveled the country teaching and performing at universities, colleges and high schools. Poetry is the lens she sees life through, which supports her work as a teaching artist. Natalie leaves no topic untouched from inspiration to social justice and everything in between.
Conney and Natalie's books and collections on CD will be available for sale and signing.
Join them—and bring your favorite poem, dark and dreary closet-writing, your randy limericks, whatever makes you happy—to celebrate with a room full of folks who know that poetry is not dead in the USA.
For more information, contact Kit-Bacon Gressitt at firstname.lastname@example.org or 760-522-1064.