Renee Podunovich set to read at Oct 5th Bardic Trails Zoom poetry series
Colorado writer Renee Podunovich will be the featured reader at the Bardic Trails Zoom poetry webinar Tuesday, October 5th at 7:00 pm (Mountain Time). A production of the Talking Gourds Poetry Program, Bardic Trails is a free event open to any who pre-register. Register online by Oct 4h at the Wilkinson Public Library to get Zoom Link.
Go to telluridelibrary.org/events.
Renee Podunovich is a poet and freelance writer living in southwest Colorado. She has three chapbooks of poems: “Illustrious for Brief Moments” (Finishing Line Press, 2021), “Let the Scaffolding Collapse” (Finalist of the New Women’s Voices Chapbook Competition by Finishing Line Press, 2012) and “If There Is a Center No One Knows Where It Begins” (Art Juice Press, 2008). She is the 2019 Cantor Award winner for the best poem by a Coloradoan in the Fischer Prize awarded by the Telluride Literary Festival.
Renee believes that poetry is a language that encourages us to transcend our constricted sense of self and connect to our essential nature within and the living intelligence of the world around us. “Podunovich’s visions are transparent panes allowing the reader the warmth and light of a larger view. She returns from journeys beyond the daily world with medicine which explodes in us ‘with no limits, other than the filter of our hearts’. Her passionate words form conduits through which we can meet our higher selves,” states writer Cynthia West.
Visit her website for more info on her books and poetry blog: www.ReneePodunovichPoet.com.
Find out more about her letterpress prints and manuscripts from a collaboration at Mancos Common Press: https://paperwingsletterpress.blogspot.com.
Follow her writing at Medium & IG @rpodswords
Following her reading, there will be a short Question and Answer session with Renee.
There will be no TG club meetings for the remainder of 2021.
Future Bardic Trails
Nov. 2 with Debbi Brody of New Mexico (“The New”), and Dec. 7 with Al Zolynas of California (“Flesh”).