Date(s) - 11/14/2019
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Join us for the last session of word, revisited 2019!
Bill Berry, Jr. will take the mic as our featured speaker, presenting “Beneath the Surface: mysteries of peeping, listening, disappearing….an interactive “something?” for myself.”
He leads aaduna, Inc. a NYS registered non-profit, 501(c) 3 tax exempt organization that publishes aaduna, a thrice yearly online global, diverse and multicultural literary and visual art journal. In partnership with the journal, aaduna, Inc. arranges forums for contributors and emerging writers to present their work to the public. As a publisher, he elects to limit or eschew personal publication opportunities and rarely presents in public.
Berry is committed to progressive social justice platforms and chairs the Board of the Harriet Tubman Center for Justice and Peace. He manages, serves as a two-day chef, and coordinates the Monday-Friday lunch service for First Love Ministries’ Community Soup Kitchen in partnership with the CNY Food Bank. He resides in Auburn with his wife, Lisa Brennan; foster cares his daughter’s cat, Sylvester, and feeds and looks after a homeless kitten who has a daily penchant for hanging out in their backyard gardens. That cat is called “little kitty.”
bill defines himself as a cultural activist, advocate for creatives, and rhythmic storyteller.
After the featured speaker’s program, there is an open mic portion of the evening in which audience members can share some of their own written work.
Doors open at 5:30, program begins at 6:00. Admission is $3.
Word, revisited is a collaborative program of the Cayuga Museum, Olive Trees, a local literary magazine, and aaduna.