An Evening with the Muse
Join us Sunday, February 12, 2017
With Featured Poet
Followed by an intermission for book buying or exchange, for refreshments, and an Open-Mic reading by those who wish to read their own poetry or favorite poems by others.
Mac Greene has been writing seriously for about eight years. He hopes that he is on the verge of becoming an emerging writer, but mostly he feels tangled up in the cocoon of his own changes. He has been published in a variety of venues, mostly in Central Indiana and in haiku journals. By day he is a clinical psychologist specializing in teenagers and gender identity. He finds his deepest connection to the Spirit in all the little miracles that happen all around us all the time.
Mac reads to us tonight some of the poems from his first collection of work from “all around, nowhere to be seen, a chapbook on spiritual topics”. In his poems Mac Greene asks the questions all poets (all artists) will continue to ask. And which we, the audience, might find ironic answers to, and maybe a kind of beauty too, within the asymmetry of our responses.
In case of an Ice Storm, Blizzard or Extremely Hazardous Road Conditions, reading will be postponed until a later date.
The Indiana Writers Center
812 E. 67th St
Just Northwest and behind the Main Gallery Bldg of the Indianapolis Art Center in the Arts Complex foyer.
Any questions: Call the Indiana Writers Center 317-255-0710 or Muse coordinator, Richard Pflum: 317-356-2048