You are Invited to the

2021 Virtual Columbine Poets Fest
Hosted by Columbine Poets of Colorado on Zoom

When: Saturday, Sept. 11, 10 A.M.– 4:30 P.M.

Where: YOUR Computer or Phone
(Note: please download Zoom and try it before the start time)

Why: To Participate in the Joy of Poetry

& Announce the Winners of our 2021 Members Contest

Featured Poet: Juan J. Morales

Cost: $20 for members and non-members

To register and receive Zoom Code, please email lunablue_girl@msn.com

Please send payment via check to Columbine Poets Inc.
P.O. Box 6245; Broomfield, CO 80021

 

Schedule of Events

9:45 > Log In and Virtual Trouble Shooting

10:00-12:00 > Announcement of winners and readings from our Members Contest
NOTE: If you did not enter any Columbine contests, you may choose to join us at 1pm

12:00-12:55 > Break for Lunch

1:00-2:45 > Writing workshop "Hunger and Ritual" with Juan J. Morales

2:45-2:55 > Break

3:00-3:25 > Reading by Juan J. Morales

3:25-3:45 > Break

3:45-4:30 > Open Mic Reading
NOTE: Participants are encouraged to share drafts from the workshop at this time

Juan J. Morales is the son of an Ecuadorian mother and Puerto Rican father. He is the author of three poetry collections: Friday and the Year That Followed (2006), The Siren World (2015), and The Handyman's Guide to End Times, winner of the 2019 International Latino Book Award. Morales is a CantoMundo fellow, a Macondo fellow, the editor/publisher of Pilgrimage Press, and professor and department chair of English & World Languages at Colorado State University—Pueblo.