Portrait of Poet, Wynter Eddins

I met Wynter Eddins the same night I saw her first performance.  The spoken-word poet, IamOntheSpot, organized a set of featured poets for the Los Angeles Word Salon in the beginning of 2016.

She has a voice that speaks histories and volumes and passion and sadness and power.  Her collection of poems in her first publication, Morph Bred, speaks to these shades.  In fact, the book progresses through different stones and bones: obsidian (black), amethyst (purple), and ivory (white).

[I recently discussed my process behind this cover and and more at a Music Tastes Good Long Beach produced event called Works in Progress.  That event was great, and will get a separate post soon!]

The release of Morph Bred is this Sunday evening, March 13, 2016, in North Hollywood, California.  RSVP and learn more here.

Here’s a part of the final image in this great event flyer!  Kudos to the designer!
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More event details: Come celebrate my 25th birthday as I kick off the release of my newly published book of poems, MORPH BRED.

Hosted by published author Nicole Serrato.
There will be live music, food, and fun!
(Oh yeah my book will be there too!)

Dress is upscale/casual

Guest performances by singers, Cassaun Ivyleaf Colding, Beliu, and comedian, Brookyln Jones.

Entrance is free (cash donations will be accepted)

Parking: Meter parking, NOHO Metro is available, and parking structure behind Big Wangs.

Morph Bred will be available at a discount price of $12 (cash only)
It will also be available online for $15 post event.

If you have any questions message the page or leave a comment(:

ALSO feel free to follow on ig: @ coldestwynterwords
and LIKE on FB Coldest Wynter

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