November 12, 2017
READING AND CELEBRATION OF CARTLESS: THE MAGAZINE
Please join Inlandia at 1 pm on Sunday November 12 for a reading and launch celebration. Cartless: The Magazine, edited by Lydia Theon Ware I, is a compilation of works written by writers in the Cartless writing workshop series. The reading and celebration will take place at the Riverside Public Library, downtown, upstairs.
Cartless: The Magazine will be available for purchase for $20. Proceeds support this program.
The Cartless workshop series was led by Lydia Theon Ware I and held in partnership with Path of Life Shelter. Cartless served Path of Life clients. Over the course of the series, Cartless worked with fourteen different writers, all of whom contributed to this magazine.
Lydia Theon Ware i is a published poet in MUSE, the Riverside City College literary magazine, and a winner of the RCC’s Student of Distinction for Creative Writing Award 2006. She is the author of “Signs” a tiny gift book, and “D.I.R.T.: “A Poem Song”. Her latest body of work is entitled Awe; Love Letters to the Most High, a praise compilation of poetry and love letters to Jesus. She is a self taught poet, an actor and a Certified Peer Support Specialist. She loves to create new words and new moments. She has spoken at five Jefferson Transitional Program’s Community Education Film Series throughout the Inland Empire. Lydia has taught poetry to the homeless population with the Riverside Art Museum’s ArtReach Grant. She has also performed her work at L.A. City College, at USC, and at UCLA. Lydia has been a Peer Artist teaching poetry at the Art Works Gallery Recovery Arts Corps. She was involved with the performance troupe Acting Out Loud in the original play “Jubilee” a play of Recovery and Hope. Currently Lydia will be teaching this summer a Ten Week Intensive called "Cartless" with the Riverside homeless population; in partnership with Inlandia Institute and The Path of Life Ministries.