Catherine Perkins

Bio for 2018

Catherine Perkins, a high school graduate with one year of college, devoted her entire working life to horses and the Thoroughbred Racing Industry. She began to get serious about her writing when she found and started taking classes at, The Carnegie Center For Literacy and Learning, in Lexington, KY. She has a few published poems, thanks in part to LexPoMo anthologies, &Grace and This Wretched Vessel (Accents Publishing), she has one poem in Circe's Lament (Accents Publishing, 2016) and most recently, My Post Inaugural Speech in killjoylitmag.

Reason for signing up:

I like being a part of the Lexington poets and writer's community. I would have done this last year but there was a glich that did not allow me to log in.

Poems Submitted This Year:

Badges

Participated in the 2014 Lexington Poetry Month Writing Challenge
Participated in the 2014 Lexington Poetry Month Writing Challenge
Participated in the 2017 Lexington Poetry Month Writing Challenge
Participated in the 2017 Lexington Poetry Month Writing Challenge
Participated in the 2018 Lexington Poetry Month Writing Challenge
Participated in the 2018 Lexington Poetry Month Writing Challenge
Participated in the 2019 Lexington Poetry Month Writing Challenge
Participated in the 2019 Lexington Poetry Month Writing Challenge
Participated in the 2020 Lexington Poetry Month Writing Challenge
Participated in the 2020 Lexington Poetry Month Writing Challenge
Participated in the 2021 Lexington Poetry Month Writing Challenge
Participated in the 2021 Lexington Poetry Month Writing Challenge

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