The host was prepared to navigate everyone through the Mother’s Day event. Malvern Books created a Mother’s Day-inspired table to greet the masses. Rouletters shared their true and fictional mother narratives. LARRY MAYFIELD paid tribute to his mother by providing a narrative to the treasures preserved in her button jar.
KELLY RUXER shared a short story about a mother’s intuition with a twist.
URSULA PIKE gave a reality check about 21st century motherhood.
HOPE RUIZ read a love poem dedicated to her child. Then, she channeled her inner male and read the chronicles of BRIAN GROSZ’s maturing relationship with his mother.
KATHY REEVES provided poignant examples of how people mother others.
TERESA Y. ROBERSON recommended more GPS, girl-perceived sightings, to navigate the country where it needs to go just like her sisters did when their mother drove around lost.
THOM THE WORLD POET, accompanied by LARRY MAYFIELD, explained that every day is Mother’s Day with grandmother’s wisdom.
Prior to the open mic, URSULA PIKE gifted Austin Writers Roulette producer, TERESA Y. ROBERSON, with a beautiful bouquet flowers for her “mothering” of the show.
Click on the video below to see the performances of the following artists: BIRDMAN 313, DONNA DECHEN BIRDWELL, STEPHANIE JOHNSON, LARRY MAYFIELD, ROSEMARY HOOK, & THOM THE WORLD POET.
BIRDMAN 313 DONNA DECHEN BIRDWELL STEPHANIE JOHNSON LARRY MAYFIELD ROSEMARY HOOKTHOM THE WORLD POET, accompanied by LARRY MAYFIELD