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Pegasus Reading Series: Clay, Hughes, Soden, and B. Randall

What: Pegasus Reading Series
When: March 29, 7 pm
Where: Kettle Arts Gallery, 2650 Main St. (Deep Ellum)
Hosted by: Sebastian Paramo and Courtney Marie

Pegasus Reading Series is a monthly series presented by WordSpace showcasing writers in the North Texas area and beyond. Named Best Poetry Night by the Dallas Observer in 2015, Sebastian Paramo and Courtney Marie host.

Doors open at 7PM and show starts at 7:30PM.

This month, Courtney Marie and Sebastian Paramo feature MH Clay, Detrick Hughes, Christopher Stephen Soden, and B. Randall.

MH Clay is a poet, playwright, musician, actor and raconteur residing in Dallas, TX. He is the poetry editor at www.MadSwirl.com, where he also has a poetry page on Mad Swirl’s Poetry Forum. He published his chapbook, Perhaps This Rain and other precipitations, in 2007 (2nd edition in 2009). His poetry collection, sonoffred, was published in 2015 by Rebel Poetry, County Cork, Ireland. His collection, ANGST, was published by Mad Swirl Press in the Spring of 2016. He has read at the Blackwater International Poetry Festival in County Cork in 2013, 2014, 2016, and was a panelist at Poetry International, Rotterdam in 2015. Others of his poems have been published in Death List Five and online at The Misty Mountain Review. Three of his plays have been adapted to film by Red Beanie Films in Dallas; Three-Two-One, Friendly (both released in 2016) and Nighthawks (to be released in 2017). He is the co-host, with Mad Swirl founder/editor-in-chief Johnny Olson, at Mad Swirl’s monthly Open Mic, held every first Wednesday of the month in Dallas. He can be seen at other open mic venues and theater stages throughout the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex and the world, as chance and good fortune allow.

 

Detrick Hughes is the author of four collections of poetry.  His latest collection, Goats Do Roman Villages, was released in April of 2016.  He has two spoken word CD’s, and he has been included in few anthologies.  Detrick is an entrepreneur and serves adjunct professor at the Houston Community College.

 

 

 

Christopher Stephen Soden is a native Texan and the author of Closer (Rebel Satori Press, 2014). He received his MFA in Writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts and has received a fellowship from the Lambda Literary Foundation’s Retreat for Emerging LGBT Voices and his performance piece “Queer Anarchy” received The Dallas Voice’s People’s Voice Award for Best Stage Performance. He teaches and lectures on craft, theory, genre, literature and publication. He currently writes theatre critique for The Examiner, Pegasus News and A + C DFW.   Other honors include: Distinguished Poets of Dallas, Poetry Society of America’s Poetry in Motion Series, Founding Member, President and President Emeritus of The Dallas Poets Community. His work has appeared in The Gay & Lesbian Review, Assaracus, The Texas Observer, Sentence, Borderlands, The James White Review, Poetry Super Highway, Gertrude, Best Texas Writing 2, and elsewhere. 


Brenda Randall is a poet and organizational leader for the longest running showcase of women’s poetry in Dallas at South Dallas Cultural Center. She is co-host of “Verse and Rhythm” at Oak Cliff Cultural Center, “In the Words of a Sista” at Dallas Black Academy of Arts and Letters and numerous other readings. She studied at Texas Women’s University.


Pegasus Reading Series: Chen, Edwards, Honum, and Lester

What: Pegasus Reading Series
When: May 17, 7 pm
Where: Kettle Arts Gallery, 2650 Main St. (Deep Ellum)
Hosted by: Sebastian Paramo and Courtney Marie

Pegasus Reading Series is a monthly series presented by WordSpace showcasing writers in the North Texas area and beyond. Named Best Poetry Night by the Dallas Observer in 2015, Sebastian Paramo and Courtney Marie host.

Doors open at 7PM and show starts at 7:30PM.

This month, Courtney Marie and Sebastian Paramo feature Chen Chen, Stevie Edwards, Chloe Honum, and Keegan Lester.


Chen Chen
is the author of When I Grow Up I Want to Be a List of Further Possibilities, winner of the A. Poulin, Jr. Poetry Prize and forthcoming spring 2017 from BOA Editions, Ltd. A Kundiman and Lambda Literary Fellow, Chen’s work has appeared in two chapbooks as well as in publications such as Poetry, The Massachusetts Review, The Academy of American Poets Poem-a-Day, Best of the Net, and The Best American Poetry. Chen helps edit Iron Horse and Gabby. He also works on a new journal called Underblong, which he co-founded with the poet Sam Herschel Wein. Chen received his MFA from Syracuse University and is currently pursuing a PhD in English and Creative Writing at Texas Tech University. He lives in Lubbock with his partner Jeff Gilbert and their pug dog Mr. Rupert Giles.

 

 

Stevie Edwards’ first book, Good Grief (2012), was selected from an open manuscript competition at Write Bloody and received two post-publication awards: The Independent Publisher Book Awards Bronze in Poetry and the Devil’s Kitchen Reading Award from Southern Illinois University – Carbondale. Her second book, Humanly (Small Doggies, 2015), was a finalist for contests at Crab Orchard, Four Way, and Cleveland State prior to being solicited. She is the Editor-in-Chief and Founder of Muzzle Magazine and Senior Editor in Book Development at YesYes Books. She holds an MFA in poetry from Cornell, and is a PhD Candidate and Teaching Fellow at University of North Texas.

 

 

 

 

Chloe Honum is the author of The Tulip-Flame (CSU, 2014), which was a finalist for the PEN Center USA Literary Award and the winner of Foreword Review’s Book of the Year Award and the Texas Institute of Letters Best First Book of Poetry Award. Her chapbook, Then Winter, is forthcoming from Bull City Press in 2017. She is the recipient of a Ruth Lilly Fellowship and a Pushcart Prize. Raised in Auckland, New Zealand, Honum currently teaches at Baylor University in Waco, Texas.

 

 

 

 

Keegan Lester is an American poet splitting time between New York City and Morgantown, West Virginia. Mary Ruefle selected his first collection of poetry this shouldn’t be beautiful but it was & it’s all i had, so i drew it for the 2016 Slope Editions Book Prize. His work is published in or forthcoming from the Boston Review, The Atlas Review, Powder Keg, Boaat Journal, The Journal, Phantom Books, Tinderbox, CutBank, Reality Beach and Sixth Finch among others. He is the co-founder and poetry editor for the journal Souvenir Lit. He performs monthly with the New York City Poetry Brothel. He’s taught at the West Virginia Young Writers’ Holiday, Stonehill College, and multiple workshops in Morgantown, West Virginia, and was a mentor for the 2016 Adroit Journal Summer High School Mentorship Program. He was born in Huntington Beach, California. He earned his MFA from Columbia University.


Pegasus Reading Series: Sara Henning, Fowzia Karimi, Robin Turner, Colin Winnette

What: Pegasus Reading Series
When: February 22, 7 pm
Where: Kettle Arts Gallery, 2650 Main St. (Deep Ellum)
Hosted by: Sebastian Paramo and Courtney Marie

Pegasus Reading Series is a monthly series presented by WordSpace showcasing writers in the North Texas area and beyond. Named Best Poetry Night by the Dallas Observer in 2015, Sebastian Paramo and Courtney Marie host.

Doors open at 7PM and show starts at 7:30PM.

This month, Courtney Marie and Sebastian Paramo Sara Henning, Fowzia Karimi, and Robin Turner. 

Sara Henning is the author of A Sweeter Water (2013), her debut collection of poetry, as well as two chapbooks, Garden Effigies (2015) and To Speak of Dahlias (2012). Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in such journals as Quarterly West, Witness, Green Mountains Review, Crab Orchard Review, and RHINO. Winner of the 2015 Crazyhorse Lynda Hull Memorial Poetry Prize, she is a visiting assistant professor of English at Stephen F. Austin State University and serves as an associate editor of Sundress Publications. ​

 

 

 

 

Fowzia Karimi has a background in Visual Arts and Biology. She has an MFA in Creative Writing from Mills College. In her work, she combines the written and visual arts to tell stories. She is a recipient of The Rona Jaffe Foundation Writers’ Awards — 2011. She lives in Denton, Texas. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Robin Turner brings poetry and zine-making to Dallas-area youth shelters, arts camps, and community centers, and serves as project director for The Writer’s Garret’s Write to Heal programs. Her work has appeared in numerous journals, anthologies, and public poetry projects. A member of Cloudwerks Poetry Workshop, she is an original contributor to the White Rock Zine Machine. Her 2016 chapbook, bindweed & crow poison (from Porkbelly Press), is available at Deep Vellum Books.

 

 

Colin Winnette is from Denton, home of Armadillo Aleworks and Dead Dog Lake. He’s the author of several books, including Coyote (Les Figues) and Haints Stay (Two Dollar Radio). His latest novel, The Job of the Wasp, is forthcoming from Soft Skull Press around Halloween time this year. He’s online at colinwinnette.net, and he’ll be selling books at the show to help chip for gas on the ride back north.

 


Pegasus Reading Series: Bernhard, Briseño, Faye, & Lemon

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Pegasus Reading Series is a monthly series presented by WordSpace showcasing writers in the North Texas area and beyond. Named Best Poetry Night by the Dallas Observer in 2015, Sebastian Paramo and Courtney Marie host.

Doors open at 7PM and show starts at 7:30PM.

This month, Courtney Marie and Sebastian Paramo host Amy Bernhard, Andy Briseño, and Sanderia Faye, author of Mourner’s Bench.

bernhardAMY BERNHARD’S essays appear in The Rumpus, VICE Magazine, Ninth Letter, Entropy Magazine, and The Colorado Review, among others. Her work has been awarded grants from The Kimmel Harding Nelson Center and The Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. She is a graduate of the Nonfiction Writing Program at The University of Iowa, and she currently teaches creative writing and literature at The University of Texas in Arlington.

 

andy-brisenoDr. J. ANDREW BRISEÑO is Assistant Professor of Creative Writing at Northwestern State University in Natchitoches, Louisiana, where he coordinates the Brainy Acts Poetry Society and the Cane River Reading Series. His work can be found recently in The Boiler, Waxwing, and Acentos Review.

 

 

author-1SANDERIA FAYE was born and raised in Gould, Arkansas. She serves on the creative writing faculty at Southern Methodist University. Faye is the author of Mourner’s Bench (University of Arkansas Press). The novel is the winner of the Hurston/Wright Legacy Award in debut fiction. Her work has appeared in various literary journals and in Arsnick: The Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee in Arkansas, edited by historians Dr. Jennifer Wallach and Dr. John Kirk. Faye is co-founder and fellow at Kimbilio Center for Fiction.

alex_lemonALEX LEMON’S most recent book is The Wish Book (a finalist for Best Poetry Collection by The Writer’s League of Texas). He is the author of Happy: A Memoir (Scribner–(a finalist for Best Book of Non-fiction by The Writer’s League of Texas) and three other poetry collections: Mosquito, Hallelujah Blackout, and Fancy Beasts. Feverland: Notes & Essays and Or Beauty, a fifth poetry collection are forthcoming from Milkweed Editions. His writing has appeared in Esquire, American Poetry Review, The Huffington Post, Ploughshares, Best American Poetry, Tin House, Kenyon Review, Gulf Coast, AGNI, New England Review, The Southern Review, Grist and jubilat, among others. Among his awards are a 2005 Fellowship in Poetry from the NEA, a Jerome Foundation Fellowship and a 2006 Minnesota Arts Board Grant. He is an editor-at-large for Saturnalia Books, the poetry editor of descant, a Senior Prose Editor for Tupelo Quarterly and sits on the editorial board of TCU Press and the advisory board of The Southern Review. He lives in Ft. Worth, Texas, writes book reviews for the Dallas Morning News, and teaches at TCU and Ashland University’s Low-residency MFA program.

 


Pegasus Reading Series: Brownderville, Dubrow, Terazawa

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What: Pegasus Reading Series
When: November 7, 2016 7 pm

Where: Kettle Arts Gallery, 2650 Main St. (Deep Ellum)
Hosted by: Sebastian Paramo and Courtney Marie

Pegasus Reading Series is a monthly series presented by WordSpace showcasing writers in the North Texas area and beyond. Named Best Poetry Night by the Dallas Observer in 2015, Sebastian Paramo and Courtney Marie host.

Doors open at 7PM and show starts at 7:30PM.

This month, Courtney Marie and Sebastian Paramo host Greg Alan Brownderville, author of A Horse With Holes In It (LSU Press, 2016); Jehanne Dubrow, author of The Arranged Marriage (U of New Mexico, 2015); and Sophia Terazawa, author of I Am Not A War (Essay Press, 2016).

GREG ALAN BROWNDERVILLE is the author of three books: A Horse with Holes in It (LSU, 2016), Deep Down in the Delta (Butler Center Books, 2012), Gust (Triquartely, 2011). He is a professor of English at Southern Methodist University, teaches creative writing and edits the Southwest Review. He has received several awards, including fellowships and prizes from the Sewanee Writers’ Conference, the Missouri Review, and Prairie Schooner.

JEHANNE DUBROW is the author of five poetry collections, including most recently The Arranged Marriage (University of New Mexico Press, 2015). Dots & Dashes, her sixth book of poems, won the 2016 Crab Orchard Review Series in Poetry Open Competition Award and will be published by Southern Illinois University Press in 2017. Her poetry, creative nonfiction, and book reviews have appeared in Southern Review, The New Republic, The New York Times Magazine, The Hudson Review, The New England Review, as well as on Poetry Daily and Verse Daily. She has been a recipient of the Alice Fay Di Castagnola Award, the Towson University Prize for Literature, an Individual Artist’s Award from the Maryland State Arts Council, fellowships from the Sewanee Writers’ Conference, and a Sosland Foundation Fellowship from the Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies.

The daughter of American diplomats, Jehanne was born in Italy and grew up in Yugoslavia, Zaire, Poland, Belgium, Austria, and the United States. She is an Associate Professor of creative writing at the University of North Texas.

SOPHIA TERAZAWA is the author of I AM NOT A WAR (Essay Press, 2016). Please read it at http://www.essaypress.org/ep-56/


Wordspace presents Pegasus Reading Series: Huynh, Redmond, Ryckman, and moth face

This month Courtney Marie and Sebastian Paramo host Amanda Huynh, winner of the AWP Intro Journal Project Award; Jim Redmond, author of Shirts or Skins, winner of the Heavy Feather Review chapbook prize; Tatiana Ryckman, author of VHS and Why It’s Hard to Live; and music from moth face!!

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AMANDA HUYNH is a native Houstonian living in Virginia. She attends the MFA Creative Writing Program at Old Dominion University. She was a finalist for the 2015 Gloria Anzaldúa Poetry Prize, and recently was a recipient for the 2016 AWP Intro Journal Project Award. Her work is published or forthcoming in the following journals: Tahoma Literary Review, Huizache, Tinderbox Poetry Journal, Newfound Journal, and As/Us: Women of the World.

 

Jim Redmond
JIM REDMOND
received his MFA from the University of Michigan. He’s lived in Michigan for most of his life, but is currently a PhD candidate at the University of North Texas. Some of his poetry has been published or is forthcoming in Blackbird, BOAAT, Redivider, PANK, Diagram, and TYPO, among others. His chapbook, Shirts or Skins, won one of Heavy Feather Review’s chapbook prizes and was published as an insert in Heavy Feather Review 3.2.


Tatiana Ryckman

TATIANA RYCKMAN was born in Cleveland, Ohio. She is the author of the chapbooks Twenty-Something, and VHS and Why it’s Hard to Live. Her work has been published with Tin House, Everyday Genius, Entropy, and Hobart. More at www.tatianaryckman.com.


WordSpace presents Pegasus Reading Series: Aguilar, Craggett, Whalen, and Smooth Gravy


What: Pegasus Reading Series
When: May 25, 7 pm
Where: Kettle Arts Gallery, 2650 Main St. (Deep Ellum)
Hosted by: Sebastian Paramo and Courtney Marie

 

Leslie Marie Aguilar originally hails from the heartland of Texas. She has served as the Poetry Editor of Indiana Review and received her MFA from Indiana University. She is the recipient of a National Society of Arts and Letters Chapter Career Award, the David E. Albright Memorial Award, and the Washington Square Poetry Award. Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Bellingham Review, Iron Horse Literary Review, Ninth Letter, Rattle, Spillway, Sonora Review, and Southern Indiana Review among others. Her chapbook, Mesquite Manual, was published by New Delta Review in 2015. She is a Fine Arts Work Center fellow.

Courtney Craggett recently completed her doctorate in creative writing and Chicano/a literature at the University of North Texas, where she taught English and served as the American Literary Review’s Assistant Fiction Editor. Her own fiction appears in Mid-American Review, Washington Square Review, Juked, Word Riot, and Monkeybicycle, among others, and was featured on Ploughshares’ blog. Her reviews appear in American Microreviews and Interviews. Courtney lives, writes, and teaches in Denton, TX and is working toward finishing her novel and turning her dissertation, a collection of short stories, into a book.

Jennifer Whalen is Texas State University’s 2015-2016 writer-in-residence at the L.D. & LaVerne Harrell Clark House in Smithville, Texas. She served as the poetry editor for Front Porch Journal, and her poems can be found or are forthcoming in Gulf Coast, New South, Day One, & elsewhere. She currently teaches college English & co-hosts the reading series Everything Is Bigger in Austin, Texas.

and Smooth Gravy!!


Wordspace presents Pegasus Reading Series: Edwards, Leverone, Rock, and Chris Garver

What: Pegasus Reading Series
When: April 27, 7 pm
Where: Kettle Arts Gallery, 2650 Main St. (Deep Ellum)
Hosted by: Sebastian Paramo and Courtney Marie

This month, Courtney Marie and Sebastian Paramo host poets Trista Edwards, editor of the anthology Till the Tide: An Anthology of Mermaid Poetry (Sundress Publications, 2015), Julia Leverone, author of Shouldering (Finishing Line, 2016), and Martin Rock, author of Residuum (CSU Poetry Center, 2016).

 

IMG_7281Trista Edwards is an Ohio born, Georgia Peach living it up in Texas. Trista is currently a Doctoral Fellow in English at the University of North Texas. Her poems and reviews are published or forthcoming in The Journal, Mid-American Review, 32 Poems, Birmingham Poetry Review, The Rumpus, Sou’wester, Moon City Review, and more. Trista is currently a contributing writer at Luna Luna Magazine and she recently edited the anthology Till the Tide: An Anthology of Mermaid Poetry, which was released early 2015.

 


leveroneJulia Leverone is from Boston and is finishing her PhD in comparative literature with Wash U in St. Louis. She translates from Spanish; her selected translations of Paco Urondo’s poems are forthcoming as a book titled Fuel and Fire, and many of these translations have appeared in places such as Waxwing, WitnessTupelo Quarterly, and The Massachusetts Review. She is now at work translating the novel Mascaró, the American Hunter by Haroldo Conti. Julia is an Assistant Editor of fiction at Asymptote and is Editor of Sakura Review. Poems from her first chapbook, Shouldering, have been published in Cimarron Review Sugar House Review, B O D Y, and Crab Orchard Review.

Martin-Bio-PicMartin Rock is the author of Residuum (CSU Poetry Center, 2016), Editor’s Choice for the 2015 CSU First Book Competition. His poetry chapbooks include Dear Mark (Brooklyn Arts Press, 2013) and Fish, You Bird (Pilot, 2010), written collaboratively with Phillip D. Ischy. His poetry and translations from the Japanese have appeared or are forthcoming in journals such as Asymptote, the Agriculture Reader, AGNI, Conduit, DIAGRAM, Hayden’s Ferry Review, Third Coast, and the Tampa Review, and his work has been anthologized or featured by Best New Poets 2012, Verse Daily, Brooklyn Poets, Missouri Review’s “Poem of the Week” and elsewhere. With Kevin Prufer and Martha Collins, he edited the Unsung Masters volume Catherine B. Davis: On the Life and Work of an American Master (Pleiades, 2015). He holds an MFA from New York University and is a PhD student in Literature and Creative Writing at the University of Houston where he is Managing Editor for Gulf Coast. He is a poet-in-residence at Texas Children’s Hospital where he writes with hospitalized children and their families. He also designs books. His website is martinrockpoetry.com.

Music  – TBA


WordSpace presents Pegasus Reading Series: Goldstein, Lee, Reaves-King, with music by Kim Nall

What: Pegasus Series
When: March 23, 7 pm
Where: Kettle Arts Gallery, 2650 Main St. (Deep Ellum)
Hosted by: Sebastian Paramo and Courtney Marie

L.E. GOLDSTEIN holds an MA from the University of Southern Mississippi and an MFA from Boston University. Her poems have recently appeared in MiddleGray, 3 Elements Review, and Illya’s Honey.  She is currently working as an online content writer for a law firm in Dallas, and she is also the editor of Moon Pigeon, a poetry publication that contains content in both electronic and print. www.moonpigeonpress.com

JI YOON LEE is a poet and translator whose most recent publication is a book of translation, Cheer Up, Femme Fatale (Action Books, 2015). She is the author of Foreigner’s Folly (Coconut Books, 2014), Funsize/Bitesize (Birds of Lace, 2013), and IMMA (Radioactive Moat, 2012). She is the winner of the Joanna Cargill prize (2014), and her manuscript was a finalist for the 1913 First Book Prize (2012). She was born in South Korea,  and immigrated to the United States as a teen. She received her MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Notre Dame.

GAYLE REAVES-KING is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist based in Fort Worth. In addition to freelance reporting and editing, she teaches journalism at the University of North Texas and is working with co-authors on a nonfiction book called Dividing the Baby. Her poetry chapbook Spectral Analysis was published in 2015 by the Dallas Poets Community. In 2014, her chapbook Blood Forfeit was a finalist in the San Pedro River Review‘s contest. Her recent freelance work has appeared in the Texas Observer and American Way magazines. Last year she earned her master’s degree in journalism from the University of North Texas, where she now teaches. She is a former national president of the Journalism and Women Symposium and part of the brain trust at the Pandora’s Box Poetry Showcase in Dallas.

with music by KIM NALL


Pegasus Reading Series: Joe Milazzo, Jill Talbot, Kathleen Winter, & Sarah Ruth

Joe Milazzo is the author of the novel Crepuscule W/ Nellie (Jaded Ibis). His poetry collection The Habiliments is forthcoming from Apostrophe Books. His writings have appeared in The Collagist, Drunken Boat, H_NGM_N and Black Clock (among others), and are forthcoming in Black Warrior Review, Tarpaulin Sky, and Whiskey Island. Joe co-edits the online interdisciplinary arts journal [out of nothing] and is also the proprietor of Imipolex Press. Joe lives and works in Dallas, TX, and his virtual location ishttp://www.slowstudies.net/jmilazzo/.

Jill Talbot is the author of Loaded:  Women and Addiction, the co-editor of The Art of Friction:  Where (Non) Fictions Come Together, and the editor of Metawritings:  Toward a Theory of Nonfiction. Her work has appeared in journals such as BrevityDIAGRAMEcotoneThe Paris Review DailyThe Normal School, and The Rumpus. Her memoir, The Way We Weren’t, was published by Soft Skull Press in July and two of the essays in it were were named Notable Essays in Best American Essays 2014 and 2015. She is currently a Visiting Assistant Professor at University of North Texas, the nonfiction editor for BOAATand the fiction editor for High Desert Journal.

Kathleen Winter is the author of Nostalgia for the Criminal Past (Elixir Press) winner of the Antivenom Prize and the 2013 Bob Bush Memorial Award for a first book of poems. She is the Fall 2015 Dobie Paisano Fellow, selected by the University of Texas and Texas Institute of Letters. She has been awarded fellowships at the Dora Maar House, Ménerbes, France; James Merrill House; Cill Rialaig Retreat; Prague Summer Program and Vermont Studio Center. Her poems have appeared in Tin House, AGNI Online, The New Republic, Memorious, Field, Gulf Coast and Poetry London. Winter grew up in San Antonio and teaches at Napa Valley College.

MUSICAL GUEST:

Sarah Ruth grew up in West Texas. She studied vocal studies and electroacoustic composition at the University of North Texas. She has performed solo, as well as in the bands Cerulean Giallo, They Say the Wind Made Them Crazy, and Violent Squid. Her solo-debut album is called Words On The Wind on Pour Le Corps.

Pegasus Reading Series is a reading series based in Dallas, TX and presented by WordSpace. Pegasus is held at Kettle Art gallery in Deep Ellum and hosted by Courtney Marie & Sebastian Paramo.  Pegasus is meant to showcase local and touring writers and foster community between the authors and the writers.

Past readers for Pegasus include: Nick McRae, Octavio Quintanilla, Edyka Chilomé, Chloe Honum, Courtney Marie, Blake Kimzey, Logen Cure, Fatima Hirsi, George David Clark, Greg Brownderville, Chelsea Wagenaar, Danielle Sellers, Merritt Tierce, Jenny Molberg, Nate Logan, and others.


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