Tuesday, July 12, 7pm – Poetry
The Moonstone Poetry Series Presents
Wendy Logan & Bojan Louis
Wendy Logan is a member of the Powhatan Nation (Patawomeck band). Logan is a motivational speaker, event planner, child advocate, Native American Indian lecturer and craft workshop artist, writer, model, poet, actor, producer, and social worker in training. She received her BA in Public and Mass Communication from The College of New Jersey. Her poems have been published in The Lion’s Eye, The Gazette, The Philadelphia Inquirer, and Moonstone Art Center’s Poetry Ink 2011. Currently she attends the University of Pennsylvania to earn a masters’ degree in Social Work and a Home and School Visitors Certification from the School of Social Policy & Practice. She works as a part-time freelance event planner, is an actor and model represented by Model Management Agency (MMA), and a Native American Indian lecturer. She has taught for the University of Pennsylvania’s Upward Bound Program, but is presently preparing to work for Mastery Charter Schools of Philadelphia.
Bojan Louis is a member of the Navajo Nation—Naakaii Dine’é (Mexican Clan); Ashiihí (Salt Clan); Ta’neezahnii (Tangle Clan); Bilgáana (White man Clan)—and received his MFA in Fiction from Arizona State University. His poems have been published in The Kenyon Review, Platte Valley Review, and Hinchas de Poesía; his fiction in Alaska Quarterly Review. Currently he is working as an electrician and in construction while completing a collection of poetry and a collection of fiction. He also tutors a preliterate adult learner at the Center for Literacy in West Philadelphia. Recently, he was awarded a fellowship to The MacDowell Colony.