Poetry Reading by Ed Davis and Terrilynn Meece


Sunday, March 28 — 1 PM — Nonstop Institute — 305 N. Walnut St, Yellow Springs


A native West Virginian, Ed Davis has taught writing, literature and humanities courses at Sinclair Community College since 1978. In addition, he founded Sinclair’s literary magazine, Flights, was assistant director of the Antioch Writers’ Workshop, Davis’s novel I Was So Much Older Then was published in 2001 by Disc-Us Books. His latest novel, The Measure of Everything, released in 2005 by Plain View Press.

Terrilynn has been reading, writing, and loving poetry since she first could. Her work has been published in numerous journals and collections including the Vincent Brothers Review, Western Ohio Journal, The Cathartic, Parting Gifts, and others, and she’s been invited to read at many venues and events in the Miami Valley area. Terrilynn currently lives in Pleasant Hill with her husband and their third daughter, and her creative focus for the past five years has been her fine photography studio in Troy Ohio. She has recently published her first book of poetry called Mother’s Day, Images of Motherhood.