Writer’s Showcase and Open Mic Night

Please join us on Thursday, September 26th at 6:30 p.m. (doors open at 6:15 p.m.) for the fourth installment of our Writer’s Showcase and Open Mic Night.

This month’s showcase will feature Mischelle Anthony, Heather Davis, and Jackie Fowler.

Along with writing poetry, Mischelle Anthony is Associate Professor of English at Wilkes University specializing in poetry and eighteenth-century literature. She has a poetry collection, [Line], available from Foothills Press. She is also founder and coordinator of Luzerne County’s Poetry In Transit program that places local writing and visual art on public buses. To keep her feet on the ground, she volunteers year-round at her local Domestic Violence Service Center hotline.  Mischelle is currently working on a second book of poetry, Tramp, and would like to create a garden on the roof of her garage.

Heather M. Davis has been a film buff since the beginning of life on Earth…well, since the beginning of her life on Earth. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Film Studies and Production from Hofstra University and a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from Wilkes University. She works full-time as Manager of Marketing and Electronic Communications for The Commonwealth Medical College. She has also served as an adjunct professor at Johnson College and Lackawanna College. She’s a screenwriter, essayist, fiction conjurer, sometimes poet, and a companion of The Doctor, whose latest regeneration rendered him a hyperactive corgi-mix. She currently lives and plays in Scranton.

Jackie Fowler is the Managing Editor for Etruscan Press and is a graduate of the Wilkes University Creative Writing program. Jackie has two children, a dog, and two novels: Jack: The True Story of the Molly Maguires and It is Myself that I Remake.  She is hard at work on her third.

An Open Mic Session, open to the public, will follow the showcase.

The event is free to the public and light refreshments will be provided.

Please note: the Hoyt/Wilkes does not pre-screen the writing pieces read during the event. Content may not be suitable for children. 


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