November 21st, 7pm
Followed by an open mic
Tim McCoy is originally from Illinois but traveled east to attend Syracuse University, from which he received his MFA in 2006. Tim currently lives in Fayetteville with his wife and two daughters, and works as an adjunct professor at a number of local colleges. Tim has had poems published in Ekphrasis, The Comstock Review, The Meadowland Review, and Stone Canoe and received one Pushcart Nomination.
Jackie Warren-Moore is a poet, playwright, theatrical director and freelance writer. She writes monthly for The Post-Standard and Syracuse.com Chapbooks include Jackie Warren-Moore: Greatest Hits 1980-2003 (Pudding House Press, 2004), and Change Chilly To Cold (Pulpartforms Unltd, 1978). Anthologies include Just Like A Girl: A Manifesta! (GirlChild Press, 2008), Growing Up Girl: An Anthology of Voices from Marginalized Spaces (GirlChild Press, 2006), Age Ain’t Nothin But A Number (Beacon Press, 2003), Writing Our Way Out Of The Dark: An Anthology by Child Abuse Survivors (Queen of Swords Press, 1999), Passionate Lives (Queen of Swords Press, 1998), Sisterfire: Black Womanist Fiction and Poetry (Harper Collins, 1994), and Born Into A Felony (Pulpartforms Unltd, 1977).