The Fringe Festival

Sheila Packa, a former Duluth poet laureate, reads two poems, "Not Just Bread," a found poem from the writings of Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, and "Oliver Mine, WWII," that are part of her new work, The Vermilion Trail. It was combined with the music of cellist Kathy McTavish to become Night Train / Red Dust, which was recently performed at The Fringe Festival in the Twin Cities.

Women's Words: September 22, 2013: Sheila Packa

Sheila Packa, a former Duluth poet laureate, reads two poems, "The North Star," and "Vestiges," that are part of her new work, The Vermilion Trail. It was combined with the music of cellist Kathy McTavish to become Night Train / Red Dust, which was recently performed at The Fringe Festival in the Twin Cities.

Women's Words: September 8, 2013: Sheila Packa

Women's Words on August 4, 2013 featured Sheila Packa, a former Duluth poet laureate, reading two poems, "My Geology" and "Medicine on the Iron Range," that are part of her new work, Night Train / Red Dust, which will be performed this week as part of The Fringe Festival in the Twin Cities.

Women's Words: August 4, 2013: Sheila Packa