Visiting Writers Series

Visiting Writer Margot Genger

Friday, March 6th, 2020

Margot Jarvis Genger, poet, celebrates Shift Happens — Breakdowns During Life's Long Hauls, her debut memoir and first full-length work. Retired from teaching Video Productions, Photoshop, and InDesign to middle school students, reading rates high on her list of pleasures. Add walking her dog (Apple), jigsaw puzzles, and reading her poems at local open mics and you pretty much know her schedule. With her husband's (Hal) help, Margot collect rocks, glues them into mosaics, and hangs them around her home in which she has lived for more than forty years. Her poems have been published in HSUs Toyon, HSUs "Poems from the Pocket, North Coast View, and the California Association for the Gifted Quarterly. You can find her chap books: Middle Chapter and Before Water Falls in the Humboldt County Library.

  • Eureka Campus, Room to be determined in spring semester
  • Doors open at 6:30 pm
  • Reading begins at 7:00 pm

View more information about the Margot Genger and her books at her website: https://www.mjgenger.com/