Friday, April 13th, 7pm

Distinguished Writer Series

with Marjorie Rommel

This monthly event features a Distinguished Writer and an Open Mic for poets. This month features poet Marjorie Rommel, followed by an Open Mic, sign-up is at 6:30 pm. Admission is free. The event occurs monthly the second Friday of every month at King's Books. Sponsored by the Puget Sound Poetry Connection and the Tacoma Arts Commission.

Marjorie Rommel lives in Auburn, 10 blocks from the house she was born to. She has worked as greasy spoon waitress, camp cook, de facto whistle punk and logging truck driver, newspaper reporter/editor, publicist, university writing instructor, and––briefly––as receptionist for a hypnosis clinic: The kids were hungry.

Her work has appeared in Pontoon, Midwest Poetry Review, Mochila Review, riverbabble, Mr. Cogito, Signal International and other literary magazines, and in several anthologies, including Ghost in the Garden (GodZillah Gospel Press), Voices in the Trees (Jasmine/Evergreen Press 1989), and Jump Start: A Northwest Renaissance Anthology (Steel Toe Books, 2009).

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King's Books
218 St Helens Ave
Tacoma, WA, 98402
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