March 11th: Chris Warner & Sue Savoy Feature at Stone Soup

Stone Soup Poetry meets from 8-10 p.m. every Monday at the Out of The Blue Art Gallery at 106 Prospect Street with an open mike sign-up at 7:30 p.m. On March 11th, Michael F. Gill hosts another Stone Soup night and welcomes Stone Soup features Sue Savoy and Chris Warner.

Sue Savoy has been a popular regular at Boston’s Cantab Lounge for the last decade and featured all over New England, including Cantab, Tapestry of Voices, Emerson College, Boston University, Worcester, Manchester, New Hampshire and Portland, Maine. This is her third feature at Stone Soup.

Chris Warner is an emerging poet and sometime-regular at the Boston Poetry Slam at the Cantab Lounge. She is the author of a micro-chapbook, Strokes (Mostly) in Silence, and her work has appeared in The Muddy River Poetry Review, Bagels with the Bards Anthology, Writer’s Digest Annual Poetry Contest Collection, and Ibbetson Street. She was selected to attend the 2012 Southampton Writer’s Conference as a contributor in poetry, with Mary Karr, and her poem, “Engulfed” was nominated for a Pushcart Prize (2013).

A graduate of the Harvard University School of Education, Chris teaches yoga, meditation, and mindfulness-based core strength classes in West Boxford, MA, where she lives with her husband, Mike Maguire, her Himalayan, Pumpkin, and with Sake, the beloved Japanese Chin. She has begun to appear as the feature poet at venues throughout the greater Boston area, and writes, every day—‘ass in seat’—and works, every day, on letting go of attachment to outcome.