After a bit of a break, we're back in session with a fantastic feature: Fayce Hammond!
Come on out to the great poetry you've come to expect from the DPS as we give a voice to the voiceless!
The doors open at 7pm and the poetry starts at 7:30 sharp! $2 donation at Yellow Cab, 700 E. 4th st. in Downtown Dayton.
And now...a little about Fayce:
ayce Hammond is a transplant to Columbus, Ohio from the West and thinks the Midwest should acquire some mountains. Their work has been published in The Fem Literary Magazine, ellipsis…, and Scribendi. They competed on two national poetry teams (Salt City Slam 2014, Writing Wrongs 2015), competed as the Writing Wrongs Individual World Poetry Slam representative in 2015, and co-founded the Columbus Queer Open Mic. They’re in the middle of their rebellious stage, which involves having marginally unpopular opinions of Gone Girl and eating cookie dough instead of baking it.