Woman Made Gallery Poetry Reading Series
recorded Sunday, 2011-11-13
Egg Money Poets is a collective of Chicago writers, begun in 1991, with members joining as recently as 2011. Egg money is extra money, what a woman earned on her own, what allowed her a little luxury. Poetry enriches us in the same way. During our monthly meetings, we help each other explore our voices and make our poems more of what they want to be. We also look for opportunities to hear from others and to share our work with audiences. The Sow's Ear Poetry Review features our writing as a community in the Fall 2011 issue.
This event was recorded with the consent and participation of the contributing artists and the host venue, Woman Made Gallery. The recording was originally made available on the web through WBEZ-FM/Chicago Public Radio's Chicago Amplified project.