A brief history of the Ozark Poets and Writers Collective and a calendar of the group’s upcoming events.
By Ginny Masullo TFW Contributing Writer When performance poet Leah Gould recites her original poetry this Tuesday for the Ozark Poets and Writers Collective monthly reading at Nightbird Books, she’ll be playing a ukulele behind some of her verses. This dynamic, award-winning poet performs like a natural, but she hit the poetry slam scene reluctantly….
Staff Report Former Fayetteville Poet Laureate, Clayton Scott, will bring some heat to the OPWC’s poetry reading at Nightbird Books on Jan. 31. Author and former UA creative writing chairwoman, Molly Giles said of an earlier poetry performance by Scott, “I was blown away. His performance poetry is electrifying! His stage presence was professional and…
By Ginny Massulo Contributing Writer When Gabrielle Idlet steps up to the Ozark Poets and Writers’ mic at Nightbird Books at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 29, she’ll read from her wild yet accessible prose. Idlet teaches at Northwest Arkansas Community College and has been an adjunct professor at Yeshiva University and the Polytechnic Institute…
Seattle poet Martha Silano will be the featured reader for Ozark Poets and Writers Collective. The group meets at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Nightbird books on Dickson Street. Silano is an English instructor at Bellevue College in Seattle, Wash., and is the author of three books of poetry. She received her bachelor’s degree from Grinnell…
Widely acclaimed poet Jo McDougall, author of five poetry collections, will read from her newly released “Daddy’s Money: A Memoir of Farm and Family” (University of Arkansas Press, 2011).
The Ozark Poetry Slam Team will be the featured guest at the Ozark Poets and Writers Collective meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Nightbird Books in Fayetteville.
Jen Jabaily-Blackburn, a recent UA MFA graduate and a senior editor for Linebreak.org, will read her work at the Ozark Poets & Writers Collective monthly meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 28 at Nightbird Books in Fayetteville.
Jim Goza, who recently played Iago in the University of Arkansas’ production of “Othello,” is definitely being talked about.
April is National Poetry Month. Ozark Poets and Writers Collective celebrates this event by honoring the up and coming writers of Fayetteville High School’s literary and art magazine — Connotations.