Local Author Talk: Linda Freeman- Thurs. Jun. 27, 7pm

2024-06-27 19:00 - 2024-06-27 20:00

Local Author Talk: Linda Freeman

Thursday, June 27 at 7:00pm

Join us as local resident, Linda McCauley Freeman, reads from her full-length poetry collection, The Marriage Manual. Relying on both narrative and lyrical sequences, as well as haiku-like explorations, this book takes the reader through the emotional geography of married love and the ever-repeating cycle of hope, disappointment, despair, fear, joy and finally, mature love.

This reading will be followed by a Q & A and book signing.

Click here to RSVP, walk-ins welcome.


About the Author

Linda McCauley Freeman is the author of the full-length poetry collections The Marriage Manual (BWP, 2024) and The Family Plot: Poems (Backroom Window Press, 2022) and has been widely published in international journals, including in a Chinese translation. She was nominated for a Pushcart Prize and has been the featured U.S. poet in The Poet Magazine and won Grand Prize in StoriArts’ Maya Angelou poetry contest. Lines from her poem Made in America were selected by Kwame Alexander to use in his Civil Community Poem and are on display at the Civil Rights Memorial Museum in Montgomery, Alabama. She has an MFA from Bennington College and is the former poet-in-residence of the Putnam Arts Council. She lives in Marlboro, NY, where she is a swing dance teacher and a yoga instructor. Follow her at www.LindaMcCauleyFreeman.com, Facebook@LindaMcCauleyFreeman and Twitter@LindaMccFreeman