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Lee Ann Brown and L. Lamar Wilson 

When: Thu., June 20, 7:30 p.m. 2013
Price: Free

Carolina Wren Press was founded on the premise that not enough of the poetry world was being published. The company has branched out into all kinds of books since then, but poetry is still at its core, as evidenced by two new releases in its Poetry Series: Crowns of Charlotte by Lee Ann Brown and Sacrilegion by L. Lamar Wilson. Brown, who grew up in Charlotte and splits her time between New York and Marshall, N.C., selected Wilson's book for the press. Brown is a performance polymath, often working ballads new and old between poems both heartfelt and discursive. Wilson also contains multitudes, having published widely while pursuing a doctorate in African-American and multi-ethnic poetics at UNC. —Chris Vitiello

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