Poetry Atlanta Presents... M. Ayodele Heath & Alice Lovelace

Poetry Atlanta and Georgia Center for the Book present an evening with M. Ayodele Heath and Alice Lovelace on Tuesday, March 29, 7:15 at the Decatur Library, 215 Sycamore St. The event is free and open to the public.

Heath's debut collection, Otherness, has just been published by Brick Road Poetry Press. The Atlanta native earned an MFA at New England College and has had his work published in many journals including New York Quarterly and Mississippi Review. He held the McEver Chair in Writing at Georgia Tech, is a two-time Southeastern Region Slam champion and has presented at the National Black Arts Festival.

Lovelace is an award winning playwright, performance artist, internationally published and award winning poet producer, and a teacher of poetry. Since 1995, she has worked as coeditor of Art Changes at In Motion Magazine, a multicultural, online publication about democracy. She is the editor of the anthology CRUX: A conversation in words and images South Africa to South USA; and 100 Poems of Solidarity for Haiti.

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