Writeous 10 Year Anniversary Reading
Saturday, July 7
Join Writeous, a collective of writers devoting themselves to the exploration of artistic freedom, at the Provincetown Public Library on Saturday, July 7 at 3:00 pm for an anniversary reading event!
For 10 years, Writeous has made the annual pilgrimage from the hustle of New York City to the quietude of Provincetown, MA, to fuel and ignite their passion for storytelling. Come enjoy a performance to their literary journey!
C.K. Hugo Chung is Taiwanese by nature, New Yorker by nurture.
Writing in both Chinese and English, his essays, poetry and short stories can be found in various bilingual publications. He has published five Writeous chapbooks, four anthology novellas, and one poetry collection: “Forms of Formosa: Poetry from Taiwan”. His individual collection, Self Writeous, will be published this summer. He is the proud founding member of Writeous, and the publisher of TWG Press, a Taipei based agency focusing on the development of local English literary content.
Meverette Smith grew up in Takoma Park, MD and attended Fordham University in New York where she studied theater and creative writing. Mev is a proud founding member of the writing group, Writeous, which formed in 2008. Writeous published several chapbooks and with the group she participated in several reading engagements in and around New York City. Mev was a featured poet in the Glitter Pomegranate Reading Series and performed her work with the Composers Concordance in their Poetry & Music – Unhinged festival.
Phillip J. Ammonds, who performs as Trinity Rayn, The Drag Poet, is a Brooklyn native, and a founding member of the writing collective, Writeous. They curate Rainbows Across the Diaspora, the queer text reading series at Dixon Place in New York City. Their work has appeared in the anthology Black Gay Genius: Answering Joseph Beam’s Call (Vintage Entity Press, 2013), HIV: Here and Now Project, Yellow Mama, The Operating System and Political Twist podcast. They have featured for the National Black Writer’s Conference Poetry Cafe, The Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art; The Anne Frank Center of New York, Glitter and Pomegranate and Soul Sister Revue reading series, and has appeared as a guest editor for the Operating System’s National Poetry Month 30/30.