SHANEEN A. HARRIS & DELPHI SKY
Rattle Poetry series is presented the second Sunday of every month (except December, and this year only, except April) at 5 PM.
Every second Sunday of the month, the Rattle Reading Series gathers a selection of performers from around the country for a series of poetry readings to celebrate recent issues of the magazine. Hosted by the editor, Timothy Green, the event also features an open mic, so bring a few poems and sign up to read!
Shaneen A. Harris was born in Akron, Ohio. She is the self-published author of Reflections of My Thoughts: I Used to Believe in Unicorns and I Still Do and Because God Said So; in addition, she has a spoken word compilation entitled Simply Complex. Her work has also appeared in Postcard Poems, Prose Magazine, The Rubbertop Review, and Crab Orchard Review’s special issue “Ka-Ching.” She currently resides in Wadsworth, Ohio, with her husband and three children. Her poem “How We First Handled Brother” appears in Rattle #62.
Delphi Sky is from the San Francisco Bay Area. She is winner of the Ina Coolbrith Memorial Prize in Poetry and the Academy of American Poets University Prize. Recently, she completed a residency with the Southampton Writers Conference. Sky’s poetry has been published by Westwind, LADOT’s Street Haikus Project, and more. Her poem “Newlyweds” appears in Rattle #62.