Poetry Reading

Join us at Prince Books as we welcome three tremendous voices to our store! Saturday, March 13 at 4:00 p.m.

Cesca Janece Waterfield is a journalist based in Richmond, Virginia. Her professional portfolio reflects a commitment to addiction and treatment issues. As a songwriter, Cesca has been selected three times to receive songwriter grants from The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP). Her poems and fiction have appeared in numerous literary journals. She is founder of www.EveInHand.net, an adult arts and culture publication. She can be reached via www.cesca.net. She is the author of Bartab: An Afterhours Ballad (ISBN: 978-0-9820020-0-1) published by Two-Handed Engine Press.

Lisa A. Flowers is a freelance writer, vocalist and film critic. Raised in Los Angeles and Portland, OR, she is the founder and editor of Vulgar Marsala Press. Her poetry has appeared in The Cortland Review, elimae, and others. Her collection diatomhero: forty religious poems is forthcoming from Vulgar Marsala Press in April of 2010. Visit her on the web at http://lisaaflowers.blogspot.com.


Chad Faries was raised mostly in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, but lived in over 30 different houses around the country by the time he was eighteen. These experiences are chronicled in his currently unpublished memoir, Some Houses: A Faries’ Tale. His poetry collection, The Border Will Be Soon, was the winner of the Emergency Press open book competition in 2005. The Book of Knowledge, a poetry collection whose design and contents were inspired by a 1911 children’s encyclopedia, was just published by Vulgar Marsala Press. He has published poems, essays, photographs, interviews, and creative non-fiction in Exquisite Corpse, Mudfish, New American Writing, Barrow Street, The Hawaii Review, Afterimage, Post Road, and others. He has a PhD in Creative Writing from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and was a Fulbright Fellow in Budapest. He has lived extensively and taught in Central Europe. Currently he is an Asst. Professor at Savannah State University where he also hosts Dr. Chad’s Storytelling Time at WHCJ, The Voice of SSU.  He now owns a house in Thunderbolt, GA but lives abroad and gets lost on his motorcycle whenever he can. More info can be found at www.afariestale.com.


Event date: 
Saturday, March 13, 2010 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm
Event address: 
Prince Books
109 E Main St
23510-1613 Norfolk