The Thirsty Lab poetry reading, normally based out of Princeton, Mass., continues to meet virtually. On Tuesday, October 25, 2022, Jenith Charpentier will be the featured reader.
Jenith Charpentier writes to dissect the human condition with less formaldehyde than middle school biology applied to the frog. She is quite certain that at some point, there must be a fulcrum between crisis and breakthrough and she is ever so curious to learn if she will make a grand discovery or fall on her face trying — she promises to be laughing either way. Jenith is the author of three chapbooks and many poems, short stories and essays, some of which appear in a variety of publications. She has slammed her poetry through competitions and her fingers in doors. She has judged, read, curated, edited, taught, filmed, cried over and laughed about many, many poems. She loves her community and her family and her cats. More information about her work can be found at https://www.facebook.com/
Visit the Zoom registration link here to receive information on how to join the reading. Zoom will send you an e-mail with the meeting details and a link to join.