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Word Thursdays: Regina Garcia & Malaika Albrecht

September 26 @ 7:00 pm

Word Thursdays Online featuring Regina Garcia & Malaika Albrecht will broadcast live on Thursday, September 26 at 7 PM EST.

To attend the event, please click this link just before 7 PM EST:

Or visit Bright Hill’s Facebook page at 7 PM EST to view the live stream. RSVP to the event on Facebook here.

Suggested donation is $3, and free to students.

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Virtual “donation jar:”


Regina YC Garcia

Malaika King Albrecht served as the inaugural Heart of Pamlico Poet Laureate and is the author of four poetry books, including most recently The Stumble Fields, which was a finalist in the 2021 Eric Hoffer Award (Main Street Rag 2020). She’s the founding editor of Redheaded Stepchild, an online magazine that only accepts poems that have been rejected elsewhere. She’s also a metal artist living in North Carolina on Freckles Farm, where she works as a yoga instructor, Reiki practitioner, and equine specialist incorporating horses into healing.

Malaika King Albrecht

Suzanne Frischkorn is a poet and essayist. She is the author of four poetry books, most recently Whipsaw (Anhinga Press, 2024), and Fixed Star (JackLeg Press 2022), as well as five chapbooks. She’s the recipient of The Writer’s Center Emerging Writers Fellowship for her book, Lit Windowpane, the Aldrich Poetry Award for her chapbook, Spring Tide, selected by Mary Oliver, an Connecticut Individual Artist Fellowship, and a 2023 SWWIM Residency Award at The Betsy. Her writing has recently appeared, or is forthcoming in Denver Quarterly, North American Review, Salamander, South Dakota Review, Braving the Body (Harbor Editions 2024) Latino Poetry: A Library of America Anthology, edited by Rigoberto González (Library of America 2024) and A Mollusk Without a Shell: Essays on Self-Care for Writers (University of Akron Press 2024). She is an editor at $ – Poetry Is Currency, and serves on the Terrain.org editorial board.