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Welcome to the 2021 Get Lit! Virtual Festival
Tuesday, April 13 • 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Writing Sounds and Singing Poems

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Music and poetry carry an intimate relationship that will be explored through the eyes of our guests Cameron McGill and MOsley WOtta. Cameron McGill is a poet, educator, and musician whose lyrics at times can read like travelogues of strange encounters. MOsley WOtta is a speaker, performer, poet, visual artist, and educator. His work highlights the power of voice across genres. The event will begin with poetry readings from each artist, leading into discussion about the writing process and how it differs between poetry and songwriting. The event will conclude with musical performances by the stylistically diverse Cameron McGill and MOsley WOtta.

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Cameron McGill

Cameron McGill is a poet, educator, and musician living in Moscow, ID. His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in The American Poetry Review, Beloit Poetry Journal, RHINO, Western Humanities Review, and elsewhere. His chapbook, Meridians, is available from Willow Springs Books... Read More →
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MOsley WOtta

Jason Graham, known professionally as MOsley WOtta, is a critically acclaimed Artist and Speaker. His work has been featured in Vortex Magazine, TED X, OPB/PBS, Street Con Dubai, Soul Pancake, SOFAR Sounds, the NBA, Sundance Film Festival, FishTrap Writes, High Desert Museum  and... Read More →


Tuesday April 13, 2021 5:30pm - 6:30pm PDT
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