Women’s Writing Series

Wednesday, October 19, 7pm-Multi-Genre
Women’s Writing & Spoken Word Presents

Natalie C. Felix & Jaye Robin McNeil

Natalie C. Felix is a poet, artist and Uni-Verse-All community member with a BA in Spanish Literature from UC Santa Barbara and a MA in Human Science from Saybrook University. She is the Executive Director of the Community Cultural Exchange (CCE), a non-profit whose mission is to create community through art and culture.  She is interested in facilitating groups of people toward creating a peaceful and sustainable world by using community, artistic and academic tools. She creates her Poetry in direct response to Divine Inspiration and hopes it Inspires you too.

Jaye Robin McNeil grew up in the city of Philadelphia under the influence of such authors as Margaret Mitchell, Alice Walker, and Langston Hughes. Jaye has volunteered with the YWCA, Sisterspace, and is a veteran of the US Army. Jaye draws from her experiences and relationships to provide her with a substantial amount of data for her writing.  As a Law Enforcement Officer Jaye is required to do a tremendous amount of documentation, but she writes creatively for the pure enjoyment of the process and spiritual nourishment found in conveying her thoughts. Jaye has been published in Labryrinth, the PGN, the Pittsburgh Press, and Seedlings: a collection of writings published by the Borough of Lansdowne. She has also written the following books:

Morphosis, Diamonds or Lumps of Coal, Broken Glass and Flowers, Writing Because I Can and


Hosted with live music by Cassendre Xavier! Always includes a Mixed-Gender Open Mic! Streams LIVE at www.moonstoneartscenter.org, 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 www.WomensWritingSeries.org

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