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The Washington Writers’ Publishing House, a venerable 45-year-old cooperative, all-volunteer small press, published its first anthology in 25 years in February 2021, with the release of THIS IS WHAT AMERICA LOOKS LIKE: Poetry and Fiction from DC, Maryland and Virginia. On June 24, we will gather to celebrate on the Ivy's back patio.
This diverse, inclusive and incisive anthology features 111 works of poetry and fiction from 100 writers. The event will include a moderated discussion with the co-editors of the anthology, Caroline Bock and Jona Colson, as well as the following readers:
Fiction: Michele Brafman, Ofelia Montelongo, Adam Schwartz, Jacob Weber
Poetry: Teri Ellen Cross-Davis, Sid Gold, Steven Leyva, Kateema Lee
TIME & DATE
Thursday, June 24, 2021 - 6:30pm