The Guild Literary Complex's 2013 Benefit: "Talkin' Blues: A Tribute to Sterling Plumpp"
About Sterling Plumpp
Sterling Plumpp is a poet's poet; his writings have a complex eloquence that radiates the power of word, image, and rhythm. As an educator, essayist, and blues poet, Sterling Plumpp has authored fourteen books including Velvet Bebop Kente Cloth, Ornate with Smoke, and Blues Narratives. He has edited two anthologies, Somehow We Survive, a collection of South African writing, and Steel Pudding: Writing from the Gary Historical and Cultural Society Writer's Workshop, and he is the recipient of two Illinois Arts Council Literary Awards, The Carl Sandburg Literary Award for Poetry from the Friends of the Chicago Public Library, and other prizes. It is with distinct pride that we honor the work of Sterling Plumpp with this special event.
About the Guild Literary Complex
For nearly 25 years, the Guild Literary Complex has been a community based literary organization presenting and supporting diverse, divergent, and emerging voices through innovative programs that include performances and readings. It is through generous contributions from donors like you that we are able to continue our award-winning work. We hope you are able to join us this May to honor the life and legacy of Sterling Plumpp, and support the vision and vibrancy that are hallmarks of the Guild. Thank you for your continued support.
Board of Directors:
Michael Puican, President
Reginald Gibbons, Vice-President
Vesna Neskow, Treasurer
Debbie Carlson, Secretary
Andrea L. Change
John Rich, Director
Anthony Romero, Assistant Director
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Chicago, IL 60647
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