The Women’s Writing & Spoken Word Series Presents Charlyn Brownskin & Elliott batTzedek

Wednesday, November 16, 7pm – Multi-Genre
The Women’s Writing & Spoken Word Series Presents
Charlyn Brownskin & Elliott batTzedek

Charlyn (Charly Honey Brownskin) Griffith is a multi-media fine/visual and performance artist who owns and operates several growing businesses including Sanctuary Wholistic Arts, Flowers of the Ancestors Indigenous Arts and Sciences Academy, and Honey Tree (wellness practice). Her commitment to caring for, teaching and being in communion with others motivates all of her endeavors and brings a unique synergy to the in/experience of working with her. She constantly challenges herself to be/do/have better practices throughout all aspects of her life. A teacher and a mother also, Charlyn lives and practices what she teaches alongside her family, friends, students, business partners and clients. Her spirit calls to her to connect to others through integrity and love. Her intention is to passionately in/experience every realm of life as sweet and golden. Visit her at

Elliott batTzedek has a shiny new MFA in poetry from Drew University, and is finishing the MFA in poetry in translation, working with poems by the Israeli lesbian writer Shez. Elliott works as a literacy program designer, adjunct graduate school faculty, general gadfly in the face of the powerful, and co-leader of Fringes, a poetry-based, feminist, non-zionist havurah in Philadelphia. Her work has appeared recently inPoetica, Poemeleon, Trivia, Naugatuck River Review, and Sinister Wisdom]

Hosted with live music by Cassendre Xavier! Always includes a Mixed-Gender Open Mic! Streams LIVE at, click on the Watch Live button. Founded in 2002 by Cassendre Xavier, the Women’s Writing & Spoken Word Series is a nurturing environment that celebrates women in the craft of multi-genre writing. For submissions and other information, please visit

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