great weather for MEDIA Presents: Patricia Carragon & Robert Anthony Gibbons
PLEASE NOTE: DUE TO INCREASED COVID-19 INFECTION RATES, THIS EVENT HAS BEEN MOVED TO AN ONLINE VIRTUAL EVENT VIA ZOOM
great weather for Media is bringing you another great poetry event with 2 amazing features:
Patricia Carragon: Poet, Author – Brooklyn, NY
Robert Anthony Gibbons: Poet, Author – New York, NY
Sunday, January 16th – 4pm-6pm EDT
Where: ONLINE ZOOM
** To watch directly on zoom and to read on open mic, you must register for this event via Eventbrite
YOU MUST PREREGISTER FOR ZOOM ADMITTANCE: click link to register via
The features will also be live-streamed to the great weather for MEDIA facebook page
Plus open mic. (3 minutes) – The host will be taking open mic signups during the event.
Hosted by Jerry T. Johnson
Patricia Carragon has been widely published online and in print. Her most recent publications include Acoustic Levitation, Buddha Press, Bear Creek Haiku, Danse Macabre, First Literary Review-East, Jerry Jazz Musician, Muddy River Poetry Review, The Rutherford Red Wheelbarrow, Nirla Press, et al. Her debut novel, Angel Fire, is from Alien Buddha Press. Her latest book from Poets Wear Prada is Meowku. She hosts Brownstone Poets and is the editor-in-chief of its annual anthology. She is an executive editor for Home Planet News Online. Patricia lives in Brooklyn, NY.
Robert Anthony Gibbons
Robert Anthony Gibbons, a native Floridian, came to New York City in 2007 in search of his muse Langston Hughes and found a vibrant contemporary poetry community at the Cornelia Street Cafe, the Green Pavilion, Nomad’s Choir, Brownstone Poets, Hydrogen JukeBox, Saturn Series, and Phoenix among other venues.
Robert has been published in over thirty literary magazines and in several notable anthologies. Recent publication credits include Year of the Poet, Killens Review, Tribes, Involuntary Magazine, Peregrine, Expound, Promethean, Turtle Island Quarterly, Killer Whale, Suisun Valley Review, and the Bronx Memoir Project: Vol. 2 published by the Bronx Council of the Arts.
He has received funding from the Puffin Foundation (2021), United States Artists (2020), and most recently the New York Foundation for the Arts.(2021).