Book Signing at the Four Way Books Booth/ AWP

The Seattle Convention Center 705 Pike St,, Seattle, WA, United States

I will be signing copies of The Listening Skin at the Four Way Books Booth. Come by. Buy a book and chat.

The Listening Skin Book Launch at BMCA

Black Mountain Center for the Arts 225 W State St, Black Mountain, United States

Glenis will launch and read from her latest poetry book, The Listening Skin published by Four Way Books.

Charleston Library Society by PSSC

Charleston Library Society 164 King Street, Charleston, United States

Glenis Redmond will give a poetry reading sponsored by the Poetry Society of South Carolina. Poetry Society of South Carolina

University of Kentucky’s Visiting Writers Series

The University of Kentucky English Dept 1215 Patterson Office Tower, Lexington, KY, United States

The Visiting Writers Series began in the Spring of 2014 with a reading by poet Roger Reeves. After the start of the MFA in Creative Writing in the Fall of that year, the VWS took off. Over the past 8 years, the MFA in Creative Writing has hosted nationally renowned poets and writers, adding to […]

Poetry of Place

Greenville County Library 25 Heritage Green Place, Greenville, SC, United States

The Poetry of Place workshop invites you to participate in an in-depth experience as Glenis expertly steers you toward uncovering your sense of place and empowers you to harness the art of crafting palpable poems inspired by your surroundings. Glenis requests that you bring photographs that pique both your nostalgia and curiosity.


Reading w/ Q & A Furman’s Olli

Furman University Herring Center, 1274 Duncan Chapel Rd, Greenville, United States

Glenis Redmond was invited as the Poet Laureate to present her Story and poetry to our adult learners. OLLI members tend to be retired, well-educated, creative and in search of additional learning opportunities that can often be of great benefit to the Greenville community.

Charleston Literary Festival

Dock Street Theater 135 Church Street, Charleston, SC, United States

David Drake, an enslaved man in South Carolina (born around 1801), is recognised as one of the United States’ most accomplished potters, with work displayed in museums and galleries across the nation. Uniquely, his jars contain eloquent inscriptions and poems, flaunting his literacy, prohibited among enslaved people. In conversation with Malika Pryor-Martin, internationally celebrated visual artist Jonathan Green with Greenville’s first poet laureate Glenis Redmond reveal how their creativity has been inspired by David Drake.