Sunday, May 11, 2014     7 p.m.


With Featured Poet

Deborah Sellers



Followed by Refreshments, Book Signings and an Open Mic Reading.


Deborah Sellers spends her days working as the External Affairs Coordinator for the Latino Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence. She spends most the rest of her time writing and asking questions that have more than one answer. Her current interests include hint fiction and Japanese forms such as renga, renku. and renshi. She is also pondering the idea of a sonnet.  Long ago her poems appeared in pLopLop, and pLopLop, as well as Hopewell Review, Black Bough, some other publications you've never heard of, and Pasque Petal (official organ South Dakota State Poetry Society).The editor of Lucidity magazine told her in 1991 that he had nominated her poem "Halcyon Hat" for a Pushcart Prize, but she has no proof of that.
Her chapbook, Demimondaine from Detroit, is out of print, but a year or two ago she found the ten copies her mom bought hidden in a desk drawer. It is supposed her mother didn't fully appreciate the work and has kept at least those ten copies from ever being read. Deborah has edited chapbooks for GeekSpeak Unique Press and also took some very nice cover photos. Most recently her poems have appeared in the U.K. publications Neon and Ambit.  She resides somewhere south of Normal with her cat Zoey who thinks Deborah is a marshmallow. Deborah will gladly relocate to Paris if anyone can give
her a decent paying job.

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Written by Indiana Writers Center — May 03, 2014

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