clip carrot-circle heart heart-full search carrot book game outside new-window bite shopping exhibit music play facebook instagram twitter youtube pinterest printer mail facebook twitter eye list star star star star star star star star star star

Arts & Culture    

Second Sunday Poetry, Richard Dixon

Oklahoma city poet Richard Dixon is a long-time transplant from the coal mines of southwestern Pennsylvania who says he “came to writing by way of a dairy farm,” and will be the featured poet in October. A retired high-school special education teacher and tennis coach, he has had poems and essays published in Crosstimbers, Westview, Uncle Walt’s Corner of The Long Islander, the Texas Poetry Calendar, Cybersoleil and Dragon Poet Review, as well as numerous anthologies, including the two Woody Guthrie compilations: Travelin' Music and Elegant Rage.


Sunday, Oct. 13, 2019


2:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m.


The Depot

200 S. Jones Ave., Norman, OK 73069