The annual meeting of the Worcester County Poetry Association will be held in the ball room of The Salisbury House, followed by a reading of Central Massachusetts poet Rhett Watts.
Rhett Watts has lived in Beirut, San Francisco, New York and Connecticut. She now lives beside a brook south of Worcester with her husband Kim and Siberian cat, Hugo. Some of her poems appear in: Sojourners Magazine, The Worcester Review, Spoon River Poetry Review, Soul-Lit, Naugatuck River Review, and in the books The Best Spiritual Writing 2000, and in The Mud Chronicles: A New England Anthology. She holds an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts. Rhett’s chapbook, No Innocent Eye was co-winner of the Rane Arroyo Award. Her books are: Willing Suspension, The Braiding, and coming in 2025 The Double Nest from Fernwood Press. Rhett facilitates Amherst Writers & Artists writing workshops as well as SoulCollage workshops in CT and MA.