Poets Charles Cicirella, Julie Ursem Marchand, Joni Soule (via video) and Steven B. Smith will read at Mac's on Saturday, September 23rd at 7 p.m.
Steven B. Smith aka Smith
Born in Bitterroot Mountains, raised on Paradise Prairie. He is a poet, artist, publisher of “Artcrimes,” and author of “Stations of the Lost & Found, a True Tale of Armed Robbery, Stolen Cars, Outsider Art, Mutant Poetry, Underground Publishing, Robbing the Cradle, and Leaving the Country” with Lady K.
Julie Ursem Marchand
When Julie is not protecting her printer from a precocious little wiener dog in Elyria, she can be found sharing her love of reading and helping patrons use the emedia collection at her local public library. Her poetry has been published in “The Squire: Grand Tournament III Anthology” and “The Squire: Page-a-Day Poetry Anthology 2015” both by Writing Knights Press in Cleveland, Ohio. Her poetry was featured on the
“Radio Ether” program #876 and also had one of her poems published in the digital June 2015 issue of “The People’s Tribune.”
Born in Columbus, Ohio and raised by feral cats. Joni has been painting for over twenty five years. She now makes Austin, Texas her home. She is also an accomplished singer-songwriter. She considers Vincent van Gogh a personal hero and spirit guide.
Charles Cicirella currently resides in Cleveland, Ohio. His poetry has appeared in “Terminal Books Poetry & Prose: Volume 1,” “Red Fez,” “Thirteen Myna Birds,” “cryopoetry,” “Oddball Magazine” and the “Hessler Street Fair Poetry Anthology.” In addition to poetry, he has written for bobdylan.com in the Bob Dylan 101 section. He also does a radio show he posts online called “Radio Ether.”