Poetry at the Point: Bailey Schaumburg & Macallan Lay
March 26 @ 7:30 pm
Like any venue for processing the human experience, what is absent from a poem can hold as much meaning as what is included. It is this process of withholding that distinguishes art from reportage. Bailey Schaumburg and Macallan Lay will read from their work, and in conversation afterwards, reckon with the poem as a site for facing one’s self in preparation for facing the other.
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ABOUT THE POETS
Bailey Schaumburg is a poet and writer who lives in Saint Louis, Missouri with their cat, Calypso, and their dog, Stanley. They care *almost* as much about finding and engaging in poetry community as they do about poetry itself – they currently serve as a co-curator for the Observable Readings series through the Saint Louis Poetry Center. Poetry is their first love, and will undoubtedly be their last.
Macallan Lay is a poet and project manager living in St. Louis, MO. She is currently pursuing her MFA at the University of Missouri–St. Louis. Her work has been featured in Vagabond City, Flat Ink, Litmag, and Bad Jacket.