On Saturday, June 2, at Vroman’s Books in Pasadena, Enid Osborn and Cynthia Anderson hosted another fantastic reading celebrating their anthology A Bird Black as the Sun, a collection in which one of our poems was privileged to appear. Each contributing poet got to read two poems, the one from the book and another one (preferably also about birds or nature).
The readers were as follows
- Cynthia Anderson (“A Parable”)
- Maureen Alsop (“Cledonomancy, Sleep in the Raven’s Throat”)
- Cathryn Andresen (“Pass the Salt”)
- We two (“Thirteen Ways of Looking by a Black Bird” and “Duologue in Delaware”)
- Jeanette Clough (“Into the Fourth Gate: Dialogue with Birds”)
- Mary Fitzpatrick (“Journey Through Night”)
- Noreen Lawlor (“Tempo”)
- Friday Lubina (“blackest bird obsession”)
- Jim Natal (“Early Morning Crow” and “Lost. One-Footed Adult Crow. Reward.”)
- Halie Rosenberg (“The Company of Crows”)
- Jackson Wheeler (“Crow Sings Jazz”)
- and Enid Osborn (“I Knew Two Crows”)
Thank you, Cynthia, for giving me the list of readers.