“The Unicorn Project started by Angelica Harris is an extraordinary Non Profit helping Children and Families achieve their Academic Dreams” says Sondra Faye Multi-Media Artist and Children’s Author Illustrator.
It’s happening on December 16, 2018 from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM EST at Excalibur Reading Program located at 80-17 78th Ave, Glendale, New York 11385 In full support of Excalibur Reading Program / The Unicorn Projectguest author artist Sondra Faye writer and illustrator of the Children’s book “Grumbles” will be on location signing booksfor this Christmas Fund Raiser. In addition guest author Lucy Molina who has written “The Empty Swing” will be there and the fund raising event will be held at Angelica Harris’s Excalibur Reading Program, a non-profit organization that brings the significance of education, and the arts to all children, young adults and adults continuing their education, as well as to organizations dedicated to children with special needs. Angelica will be signing her new book “Titanic The Brothers Peracchio-Two Boys and a Dream” and her comic book “The Crusaders”. This fundraiser gives the local community a chance to meet Children’s book authors and purchase their books for a great Holiday Gift for any child or adult in your family.
For More Information please go to: ExcaliburReadingProgram.org
The Excalibur Reading Program (a 501 ( c ) (3) non for profit) is for all children, especially those of impoverished means, or who have special needs. The program works with children who have IEPs and those sent to us by the Department of Education for extra help. Its subsidiary The Unicorn Project-Raven’s Hope was founded to help families in crisis.
Sondra Faye will be reading a poem from “Soulmates” at the Booklife Ingram Sparks booth at Bookcon 2018. There will be additional poets & writers at the booth also reading. So if you are at Bookcon, then come over and say hi to Sondra Faye after the reading & bring your books for her to sign. The event takes place at the Ingram booth (#2721) at BookCon
Date: June 02, 2018 12:30PM — June 06, 2018 02:30PM
Venue: Javits Center, 655 West 34th Street, NYC, NY, US
A poet lets you into their world when they share their words with you. If I read a poem that spills into my reality and adds a layer of awareness – be it disgust or partiality – then that poet has caught me in their pattern of thought. When I read a poem that obliterates my world: making me feel as if I am sitting next to that poet as they whisper in my ear drawing me into the essence of where they were in that moment of time; that is when I measure that poem as transcendent.
Soulmates is a collection of poems that covers topics of universal love, astral projection, paranormal poetry,loss of a child, mysticism, apathy and anger and compassion. Sondra Faye also added some black and white drawings because she thinks sometimes a picture is a poem.
The slanted poems such as. “Angel”, “trinket” and “26th st. orchid” incorporate the surreal sound of two voices. With poems enlisting e.e. cummings, John Keats and Edgar Allan Poe as muse; a paranormal flare is infused in the nakedness of the words in “here”. Amidst unfiltered subjects about passion, flirtation, human sexuality and unsympathetic love, Sondra Faye writes intimate poems about her friends including a poem about the tragic young death of one of her best friend’s twin sister.
Second Edition in Black and White
First Edition “here” available at AMAZON in color!