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- Tue, Apr 19Westminster HallJoin the Poe House / Edgar Allan Poe Museum, Jennifer and others for the first HYBRID session in the Virginia Poe Bicentennial Discussion Series.
- Thu, Sep 23Virtual EventThursday, September 23rd from 12:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. will kick off the Maryland State Arts Council 2021 Virtual Regional Arts Summit! During the day, Jennifer N. Shannon will teach a 1-hr literary arts session for organizations and independent artists.
- Tue, Jul 13Virtual eventSponsored by the Chestertown River Arts, Jennifer N. Shannon will lead the discussion: "How does research inform or inspire your fiction?" This virtual salon will give participants the chance to learn something new, share ideas, and have fun conversation.
- Mon, May 17FaceBook Live (virtual)Jennifer's poem "We Smile" is being published in Yellow Arrow Journal's upcoming issue titled: RENASCENCE (Vol. VI, No. 1). To kick off the journal release, Jennifer will be participating in a FaceBook Live interview/reading on May 17 at 7pm.
- Fri, Feb 05VirtualIdentity was a virtual exhibition from the Maryland State Arts Council that featured 60 artists from across the state. This powerful display explored identity through art and poetry. Jennifer's work was featured.
- Tue, Jan 26VirtualJennifer N. Shannon is a member of the Enoch Pratt Light Street Writers Exchange. During their normal meeting time, they read their work virtually to an audience of 70+ people.
- Sun, Nov 01E-zineJennifer N. Shannon's poetry was featured in the "Poetry Corner" of the Nov 2020 edition of What's Hot in the DMV with Your Girl Cheryl.
- Thu, Oct 01VirtualThe contributors of "tender, a literary anthology and book of spells: evidence," shared new work and talked about their process and practice. Presented virtually by The Frick Museum in Pittsburgh, PA.
- Fri, Jul 24VirtualThe contributors of "tender, a literary anthology and book of spells: evidence," presented a virtual reading hosted by White Whale Bookstore.
- Thu, Feb 27City of AsylumThe contributors of "tender, a literary anthology and book of spells: evidence" read live and in person at the City of Asylum in Pittsburgh, PA.
- Mon, Oct 01Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (main)This exhibit showcased art, poetry and expressions related to the topic of faith, activism and the art of healing. Jennifer's poem Keepsake was featured.
- Thu, May 03Glitter Box TheaterIn May of 2018 the writers group, Hour After Happy Hour, showcased writers in the Pittsburgh area. Jennifer—a member of the group at the time—was asked to read a piece and she selected Last Sermon.
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