Poet Anne Overstreet Reading Tomorrow Night in Seattle

My favorite poet, Anne Overstreet, will be reading tomorrow night as just one participant in an evening full of art… at The Thread.

To convince you that I’m a huge fan of Anne’s work, there’s this: I married her. So unless I’m hit by a train, I’ll be there cheering.

You can read some of Anne’s poetry here, here, here, here, and here. Oh, yes… here’s one she read before a gathering of Seattle’s City Council! And she’ll be published alongside some other great Christian artists, like Scott Cairns, in the next issue of Relief.

Details for tomorrow’s event:

Art Night 2007 at CrossPoint Green Lake
Saturday, May 12, 7:00PM
6318 Linden Ave North
Seattle, WA 98103 It’s an evening to share, absorb, and experience art created by the community of Seattle’s Crosspoint churches, tending to the theme ‘Thread’. Enjoy gallery style exhibition and live performances. Hors d’oeuvres reception will begin the evening. Admission is free.

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