Poet-Colored Glasses

Poets live among us. That man slurping coffee in the corner of Mudsmith, scribbling into his notebook? Poet. That woman drumming her fingers on the bar, mouthing words and staring into space? Poet. And they’re finding inspiration for poetry everywhere. By all accounts, it’s a beautiful way to see the world. Two locals mining language from everyday life are Greg Alan Brownderville and Chelsea Wagenaar. Hear them read as part of the Pegasus Reading Series presented by Wordspace. Stop by Kettle Art Gallery (2650-B Main St.) at 7 p.m. Thursday to hear their words. Admission is free. More at wordspacedallas.com.
Thu., Feb. 26, 7 p.m., 2015
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