Saturday, November 12th: Color in Poetry: What Does It Mean? How Can We Use It?
Join us on Saturday for Poetry on the Square, 4pm-6pm at Discover Teas Port Warwick!
Nancy Powell, who released her latest poetry collection in December, comes to Poetry on the Square with a presentation on the importance and power of colors with “Color in Poetry: What Does It Mean? How Can We Use It?” Nancy will start us off at 4:00pm, and, as always, we’ll follow up by sharing our open round-robin poetry reading until 6:00pm.

As usual, all work is welcome—and so are guests, so feel free to invite a friend to come and check it out!

About our featured reader:

Nancy Powell is a Hampton, Virginia poet whose work has appeared in Kalliope, Black Water Review, BlueLine, Virginia Adversaria, The Beacon, Skipping Stones, SweetBay Review, Article 25, and the anthology, The Light in Ordinary Things. You can hear her read her work on Virginia Poetry Online. Her first poetry collection, How Far Is Ordinary, was published by MindWorm Press in 2007. Her second poetry collection, The Blackbirds Tell Stories, was published in December, 2015 from San Francisco Bay Press Publishing.

Nancy is a past president and current executive council member of the Poetry Society of Virginia, a member of The National Association of American Pen Women, and was on the advisory council for The Christopher Newport University Writers’ Conference for ten years. She organized the Poetry Society of Virginia’s yearly student contest for five years and edited the PSV newsletter. She is a current copy editor for Poetica Publishing Company and for the magazine Poetica. She hosts a poetry reading series at Iris Art Shop in Poquoson, Virginia. Ms. Powell does readings and workshops throughout the Tidewater area. She has lived in England and Australia, has traveled throughout Europe, parts of Asia, New Zealand, and the South Pacific. When not at her “day job,” she can often be found at home by the Hampton River.