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Poetry Reading and Booking Signing
with Connie Walle and Michael Magee
October 11, 2018 6pm
Connie Walle and Michael Magee will read poems from their newly published books by MoonPath Press. Walle flexes her poetic muscles in "What's Left,"poems about the role of strong women, while Magee's “How We Move Toward Light“ explores myths and urban legends. Connie and Michael are longtime friends and invite you to celebrate Autumn with a book signing at Morso beginning at 6pm. Call 253-530-3463 for more information.
Connie Walle hosts Puget Sound Poetry Connection, founded Our Own Words, a teen poetry contest, and won an AMOCAT award from the City of Tacoma in 2015. She has read at the Watermark Writers Series and has published in Washington 129, an anthology of poets. She is the Poetry Diva and lives in University Place.
Michael Magee is a prize-winning poet and playwright whose poems and plays have been published and produced in the U.S. and England. His first collection "Cinders of my Better Angels" was published by MoonPath Press and his chapbook, "Dementia: Love is a Blur" was published in 2017. This book is dedicated to his wife, poet Jean Musser.