WOA Open Mic with Frederick Foote and Michelle Woods,Vicki Carroll and Aeisha Jones

Michelle Woods is a writer of fiction and creative non-fiction.  Her work has been performed at Stories on Stage (Sacramento and Davis) and the Celebration Arts Storytelling Festival and published in the Sacramento News and Review and the Blue Moon Literary and Art Review.  She earned a master’s degree in Creative Writing from Sacramento State University.   Currently she is in the process of birthing a collection of stories for young readers.

– Since 2014 Frederick Foote has published over two- hundred stories and poems including literary, science fiction, fables, and horror genres. Frederick has published two short story collections, For the Sake of Soul, (2015) and, Crossroads Encounters, (2016). Frederick hosts the Prose and Poetry Meet Up group and is a member of the INK writers workshop and is currently preparing a short story collection manuscript. (Frederick was unable to join us at this time but please look for his work and enjoy)

  Vicki Carroll, a Sacramento native enjoys poetry and the spoken word. She is involved in workshops at Laguna Creek Valley High Library and Ethel Hart Senior Center. Vicki has participated in Writers on the Air, Avid Reader’s Speak up, both are monthly Venues. Vicki has been published in Medusa’s Kitchen and Sacramento Voices 2018.

Aeishaj is a poet, writer, creator, mother, grandmother, seeker of truth.  

She lives in Sacramento, CA and has eternal love for  RJ-nephew; granddaughters- Deijah, Desiree, Destiny and family/friends.  Aeisha embraces freedom fighters Odetta, Nina, Toni, Lady Day, Alice and other sisters whose arrows give us vision.  Smile Sources: Rainy nights, autumn leaves, the color purple, blues, jazz, warm hugs and sincere blessings.

Open Mic February 2020

Jennifer O’Neill Pickering
Lynette Blumhardt
Jacki Howard
Melen Lunn
Andy Laufer
Susan Lee Roberts
Pat Stanfield
Todd Boyd

This article was written by todd

BIO: Current self-published author/writer. Blogger, Open Mic Host, Former social studies teacher, social worker, and railroad worker who is no longer in the wage and salary industrial complex so feels free to improvise. www.writersontheair.com

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