The "word, revisited" writers program at the Cayuga Museum Carriage House Theater will conclude its spring 2019 season Thursday, June 13, with poet Pam Freeman.
Poems often come to Freeman when she's hiking, she said in a news release. She's been published in Upstate Medical University's annual journal, "The Healing Muse," and is a three-time winner of the journal's Dearing Award. Additionally, Freeman's murder ballad "Loon" is anthologized in "Poems About Death," edited by Eric v.d. Luft. She has previously worked in writing, editing, teaching, banking and more, and currently role-plays cases with medical students in simulated clinical encounters. She also sings in MasterWorks Chorale and serves on its board of directors.
When in season, the "word, revisited" program takes place at 6 p.m. the second and fourth Thursday of the month at the theater, 203 Genesee St., Auburn. Doors open and open mic sign-up begins at 5:30 p.m. The open mic session follows the featured writer and a Q&A session with them.
The program is a partnership between the museum, Auburn-based online literary and arts journal aaduna, and locally based literary zine Olive Trees. It will resume Sept. 9 with Jeff Delbel.
Admission to the event is $3 per person, and a cash bar with alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages is available. Proceeds support the museum.
For more information, visit cayugamuseum.org or call (315) 253-8051.