North Carolina Poetry Society Reading with Joyce Compton Brown and Les Brown
Join us on Sunday, March 26 for our monthly event with the North Carolina Poetry Society. This month features Joyce Compton Brown, Hard-Packed Clay, and Les Brown, A Place Where Trees Had Names.
Joyce Compton Brown grew up in the rural community of Troutman, NC, in a family with deep local roots. A professor for a number of years, she is the author of Bequest, Singing with Jarred Edges, Standing on the Outcrop and, most recently, Hard-Packed Clay (RedHawk, 2022).
Les Brown has published poetry, visual art and short stories in journals, including Pinesong, Kakalak, Main Street Rag, Still the Journal, and Moonshine Review. A Pushcart nominee, Les lives in Troutman, NC. His chapbooks, Cold Forge and A Place Where Trees Had Names, were published by Redhawk Publications.
This title is a nonreturnable book, so please make sure it is the right one!