How To Build A Fire: Terence Degnan

Event Date and Time: February 25, 2022 8:00 pm
Cost: $0
Location: Zoom
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Created over seven years ago, How to Build a Fire is a community storytelling series where a diverse group of individuals share real-life, personal narratives centered around a different theme each month. At times funny, at times sad, their stories weave together a broad illustration of the human experience. How to Build a Fire takes place at Open Source Gallery -a welcoming, nurturing, intimate, safe environment- where, monthly, one can see a new exhibition installed by an array of up-and-coming and established visual artists. HTBAF will recur the last Friday of the month with a new storyteller. This series is co-sponsored by Open Source and The Puffin Foundation.

Terence Degnan has published two full-length books of poetry. His newest collection “I Can Wonder Anything” (Finishing Line, 2023) is forthcoming. He is a co-director at the Camperdown Organization which was created to increase access to publication and education as well as promote agency for underrepresented writers. Terence is the founder of the storytelling series “How to Build a Fire” held monthly at Open Source Gallery, which is now in its 8th season

Free in person at Open Source gallery (RSVP) AND on Zoom (Meeting ID: 892 1411 0865)

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