Tuesday, September 3, 2013


Friday, September 13   
7 p.m. 
Brothers Willow Ranch Restaurant, Young Harris, GA  
Writers’ Night Out 

Featured Reader: 
Maren O. Mitchell 
award-winning poet 
and author of Beat Chronic Pain 

Open Mike: 
poetry or prose 
limit 3 minutes per reader  
sign up at door 
Second Friday of each month 
Brother’s Restaurant at Willow Ranch 
6223 Hwy 76 West, Young Harris, GA 
 (706) 379-1272 

wOpen to the public w Come early to order dinner w Sponsored by NC Writers’ 
Network West.  for more info, contact Karen Paul Holmes, Event Coordinator 
(404) 316-8466.

More about Maren O. Mitchell

Maren O. Mitchell’s poems have appeared in Southern Humanities Review, The Classical Outlook, Town Creek Poetry, Appalachian Journal, Red Clay Reader #4, The Arts Journal, The Journal of Kentucky Studies, Wild Goose Poetry Review, and Pirene’s Fountain and elsewhere. Her work is included in The Southern Poetry Anthology, V: Georgia; Sunrise from Blue Thunder; Nurturing Paws; and Echoes Across the Blue Ridge, and is forthcoming in Hotel Amerika. Her nonfiction book is Beat Chronic Pain, An Insider’s Guide (Line of Sight Press, 2012), and is available at the Curiosity Shop bookstore in Murphy, NC, and on Amazon.
Mitchell has taught poetry at Blue Ridge Community College, Flat Rock, NC, and catalogued at the Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site. In 2012 she received 1st Place Award for Excellence in Poetry from the Georgia Poetry Society. For over twenty years, across five states, she has taught origami, the Japanese art of paper folding.
A native of North Carolina, in her childhood Mitchell lived in Bordeaux, France, and Kaiserslautern, Germany. After moving throughout the southeast U.S., she now lives with her husband in Young Harris, Georgia.


KarenPH said...

yay! Thanks for posting this, Nancy

Nancy Simpson said...

You are welcome, Karen. I would like to pass the word along each time, but I can never just copy the announcement. I very much appreciate what you have done with Writers Night Out. I heard there was a huge crowd last Friday night. Don't give up on me. I very much want to be there but I have not yet been able to get myself there. That is my goal, for sure, to get myself back out among my writing friends.

Congratulations on all of your achievements. I feel sure I will hear about you with a new book coming out soon.