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Matthew Freeman’s Poetry @ RAC/STL: “Darkness Never Far”

Matthew Freeman reads from "Darkness Never Far," at the Regional Arts Commission March 18th at 7:30 on Delmar, across from the Pageant Theater.

Other readers include:

Mary Eden, Jessica Freeman, Dena Molen, Julia Gordon-Bramer, Lisa Ebert, and Kristin Sharp.

Join the St. Louis poetry community for a guaranteed good time. Free refreshments. Music by Tom Cunningham.

About Matthew Freeman

Matthew Freeman has been a poet since he was a teenager in Dogtown, St. Louis. Since then he has fallen in love, traveled the country, and sung his songs. Diagnosed with Schizophrenia at the age of 24, he drifted in and out of hospitals before finally beginning his recovery. He now lives and writes in the Loop, in St. Louis. Darkness Never Far is his third collection of poems exploring the impact of mental illness on language and mythos.

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