Talented odd mind

Twisted offbeat model

Titillating otherworldly memories

As the Austin Writers Roulette theme table showed, the rouletters gathered to talk about their other selves. The all-knowing goddess hosted.For a second month in a row, the ladies outnumbered guys. ALLYSON WHIPPLE donned three different personas: I-10, a rancher and an ancient Meso-american mythical figure through her poetry. SARAH GUNN shared nature and family identity poetry. ROSEMARY HOOK revealed her emerging self.  MAGGIE MANNELL showed how a person changes throughout time. URSULA PIKE contrasted between her foreign and domestic self. HOPE RUIZ recounted the evolution of herself. MARIA CLARK read a haunting tale about multiple “me’s.” TERESA Y. ROBERSON announced that as the all-knowing goddess, her superpower was knowledge, her cool gadgets were books and her archenemy, Ignorance, latest dastardly deed was to destroy the integrity of the meaning of words. THOM THE WORLD POET related how his “other me’s” were the reflection of other people.

OPEN MICELLEN BRAVERMAN SARAH GUNN MARIA CLARK ALLYSON WHIPPLE NORI HUBERT BRIAN GROSZ HOPE RUIZ MACKENZIE MILKSLYNN HERRICK JULIETTE SURRATT MASON MCCLAY

THOM THE WORLD POET

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