Steve Cannon, founder of A Gathering of the Tribes, was my mentor and friend. I am so happy to see him getting some of the attention that he deserves, as part of the Whitney Museum Biennial exhibition. Not only have they recreated his living room, they are hosting a two-day poetry marathon that I am really excited to be a part of.
On Thursday I posted the wrong link for a live video recording from the Five Forks Library in Simpsonville. So I deleted that post. 🙂 I had fun performing for the first time with Shannon Hoover on upright bass, and Matt Dingledine on guitar. Here is the correct link: https://www.facebook.com/greenvillejazzcollective/videos/1187964791381097/ For those of you who... Continue Reading →
Martha Mims will perform poetry with members of the GJC at the Greenville Library Five Forks Branch on April 18, 2019
In celebration of Poetry Month I've been invited by the Greenville Library and the Greenville Jazz Collective to combine my poetic lines and rhymes with the musical lines and rhythms of Shannon Hoover on bass and Matt Dingledine on guitar. We'll be having all this fun on: Thursday April 18 from 6:30-7:30 pm at the Five Forks branch in Simpsonville. Greenville County Library - Five Forks 104 Sunnydale Dr, Simpsonville, SC 29681, United States... Continue Reading →
The e-book version of Mark and the Queen Fish is available now until April 27 for only 99 cents at Amazon.com.
Steve Cannon has been the engine behind A Gathering of the Tribes the magazine, gallery, performance series, community gathering that is Tribes, for decades. Word, An Anthology is a collection of works by some of the cast of characters who passed through and left something while they were there. It would probably be impossible to... Continue Reading →
On Tuesday October 27 from 5-7pm I'll be in Spartanburg, SC at the Hub City Bookshop to share some stories and poetry from Dreamscape, Real Dreams Really Make a Difference. If you're in the area please come by and share a little of your time with me.