March 15: Margaret R. Sáraco Features Online at Stone Soup Poetry

In addition to online gatherings, Stone Soup Poetry is now meeting in person every second and fourth Wednesday of the month at Fort Point Arts Community's Assemblage Gallery. More gallery shows will soon be announced. On March 15, we welcome you to kick back and join us for multiple online and in-person feature Margaret R. Sáraco joining us on Zoom
The next in-person gathering will be on  March 22.
Margaret R. Sáraco, author of the poetry collection, If There Is No Wind (Human Error Publishing, 2022), explores themes of family, beauty, love, and activism. Video and audio recordings include the DMQ Review, Poetry of Protest and Struggle, and Quintessential Listening. Recent publications include Meat for Tea (The Valley Review), 26th Annual Ink Anthology (Moonstone Arts), Royal Beauty (Arts by the People), and Windblown II (NatureCulture). She leads writing workshops and enjoys reading and reviewing poetry books. She has written articles and columns on contemporary life, music, health, and feminism. Her Pushcart Prize nominated work is in Lips Poetry Magazine.

Join us on March 15 from 7:00 to 9:00 PM ET by clicking this link.

The meeting ID is 868 2651 5036

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