Please join us on Friday, July 27, to hear poet Mary Eliza Crane. Come early to sign up for Open Mic!
This event is FREE.
About the featured reader:
Mary Eliza Crane grew up in New England and began writing poetry at age fourteen. Poetry remains the one constant in life to which Mary always returns. In the Adirondacks she fell madly, passionately, and desirously in love with the natural world. A transplant to the Cascade foothills of the Pacific Northwest, her voice lives in the understory and fog of the Snoqualmie River. With this one true love and a deep understanding of what makes us human, she fuses the personal, political, and natural world. A regular feature at poetry venues in the Puget Sound region, she has two volumes of poetry, What I Can Hold In My Hands and At First Light, published by Gazoobi Tales.