Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Event: The Hugely Popular Poetry Series : Hailey Higdon & Marion Bell

Saturday Feb. 2nd at 7pm


Brickbat Books:

The Hugely Popular Poetry Series Presents: 

Hailey Higdon
Marion Bell

Hailey Higdon is originally from Nashville, Tennessee. She is the author of several chapbooks including A Wild Permanence (Dancing Girl, 2018), Rural (Drop Leaf, 2017), The State in Which (Above/Ground, 2013), Packing (Bloof Books, 2012) and How to Grow Almost Everything (Agnes Fox, 2011). Hard Some, her first full-length collection, is recently available from Spuyten Duyvil Press. She currently lives and works in Seattle. Find her online at

Marion Bell is a poet who lives in Philadelphia. Her first book, Austerity, is coming out from the new Philly-based Radiator Press in January 2019. You can also find some of her writing in the Slow Poetry in America newsletter. She is a Capricorn/ Gemini rising and Scorpio moon. She is also a social work student working in community mental health. She is interested in psychotherapy, depression, liberation, queer kinship, disability, lesbians and making a different world.

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