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Poet Felicia Mitchell Reads "Tracks" at Liminal, April 2012

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Published on May 14, 2012

A native of South Carolina, Felicia Mitchell has taught English and creative writing at Emory & Henry College since 1987. Her poems have been published widely and may be found online in Blood Orange Review, Barely South Review, The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature and elsewhere. In 2009, Finishing Line Press of Kentucky published a chapbook, The Cleft of the Rock. Felicia has written a weekly column for Washington County News since 2003.

This reading was held in conjunction with Exchange 81, an exhibit of art by students at Hollins University, Emory & Henry College and Roanoke College. The theme: Roadways. April 25, 2012 at Liminal: Alternative Artspace in downtown Roanoke's Community High School.

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