Stone Soup meets every Thursday from 6:30 to 8:30 on 138 Tremont Street in St. Paul's Cathedral's Lawrence room (past the receptionist area after entering the cathedral on the right-side entrance).
On May 16, we have the long-awaited return of Cambridge's poet celebrity Toni Bee, who is celebrating her first publication.
Toni Bee is a poet, photographer, and one of the founders of Black Lives Matter in Cambridge. The community advocate and mother was the first elected female Poet Populist for the City of Cambridge (2011-2013) She received the 2011 YWCA Cambridge Outstanding Woman Award.
Bee led the Black Lives Matter in Cambridge march along with co-founders and teen leaders in January 2015. She served on the board of directors from 2013-2015 at Cambridge Community Television - after years of being a Neighbor Media journalist at the television station.
Her work has been featured in Oddball Magazine, Stone's Throw and was selected to be part of Best Indie Lit New England, Volume 2. Her chapbook 22 Again is her first collection of poetry.