Troy’s Collar Works to Host Evening of Poetry with John-Francis Quinonez

TROY – On Saturday, October 15th, Collar Works will present an evening of poetry and discussion, as John-Francis Quiñonez joins them for readings from his new poetry collection Keep Your Little Lights Alive (Poems After Kate Bush’s Hounds of Love & Others).

John-Francis Quiñonez (they/them) is a write and multimedia artist and resident of Providence, RI. They are also House Manager of the Columbus Theatre and current resident of the Queer.Archive.Work. project. Their forthcoming collection of poems will be published by Write Bloody Publishing, and is entitled Keep Your Little Lights Alive (Poems After Kate Bush’s Hounds of Love & Others).

You can find their work in Pigeon Pages, Ours Poetica, Voicemail Poems, Slamfind, Counterclock, Maps for Teeth, Drunk in a Midnight Choir, and as part of a playing card deck with Game Over Books.

The event begins at 6 pm. Collar Works is located at 621 River Street in Troy. For more information call 518.285.0765, or visit collarworks.org.

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