- M. L. Liebler -
International poet. This is his personal website.
Contains photos, Bio, performance schedule and list of published
books, CDs, and tapes.
K. Sienkiewicz - "Linda Sienkiewicz's
poems are at the heart of every place: in the wilderness of dreams,
in the celebration of relationships, in love and in trouble. She
has a delightful way of fusing fact and imagination in solid accomplishment.
Her insight becomes our insight. Linda is chock full of feminine
power." -Stellasue Lee, poetry editor of RATTLE (in Los
- John D. Lamb — Singer-songwriter John D. Lamb
and founder of Springfed Arts has spent most of his life in Michigan,
but he writes songs as if he's spent his whole life on the road
- which, I suppose, isn't surprising considering his busy touring
schedule. A tireless performer, Lamb spends quite a bit of time
trekking around the state and nearby areas, continuously winning
new fans with his brand of Midwestern roots rock...
the Invisible – Writer Margo LaGattuta’s site, including
information about her weekly radio program and samples of her
Ripley Leo – Featured on the Northville Arts Commission
site. Includes a schedule of appearances and samples of her poetry.
- Liberty R.O.
Daniels – Detroit performance poet. Includes information
about her P.O.E.T.S. Newsletter, and presents samples of
- Sue Silverman, an old Writer’s
Voice friend, Memoirist, Creative-NonFiction Writer wants to share
her website with our members. www.suewilliamsilverman.com
She has two current books: Love Sick: One Woman's Journey Through Sexual
Addiction and Because
I Remember Terror, Father, I Remember You.
- Springfed Arts -
Writer’s Guild – Includes the group’s monthly newsletter
online, and information about special projects.
- Detroit Institute of Arts
– Detroit’s large art museum, and sponsor of many arts events
in the city.
- Detroit Public
Library – Host of many literary events, both at the
main library in Detroit’s Cultural Center and at the many branch
libraries throughout the city.
- Detroit Women
Writers – An organization of professional writers.
Site includes an event calendar.
Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs – The State
of Michigan agency that “serves to encourage, develop and facilitate
an enriched environment of artistic, creative, cultural activity
- St Clair
Shores Online — St.. Clair Shores Library
Cultural Center Association – A consortium of local
groups working to promote development in Detroit’s Cultural Center.
Site includes a directory of museums, theaters, educational institutions,
etc., in the Cultural Center.
- Scarab Club
– A place for artists to meet and to display and perform
their works. Next to the Detroit Institute of Arts
Circle Gatherings – Programs of poetry, music, and
storytelling held on summer nights in an outdoor amphitheater
in Kewadin, near Grand Traverse Bay in Northern Michigan.
Coast Writers’ Conference – Sponsored by Western
Michigan University in Kalamazoo and designed to promote the art
and craft of creative writing. Includes workshops, public readings,
panel discussions, and informal conversations.
- Walloon Writers’
Retreat – Four days of workshops, readings, and discussions
for writers and poets, held in the Fall at Michigania, a camp
on Walloon Lake, near Petoskey in Northern Michigan.
- Cane River Colony
- A Louisiana Creole historical site. Focus is on Marie Therese
(Coincoin) Metoyer, a former slave who purchased the freedom
of all her children & grandchildren, then built one of the
largest plantations in Central Louisiana. Tons of photo's and
- James Semark & The Detroit Artist
Workshop Site http://www.jamessemark.com/Poetry/RhythmBalladAnthology.htm