Richard Dixon returns to Second Sunday Poetry on October 13, 2019, to read from his recent works. The free reading, at 200 South Jones, begins eat 2:00 pm.
An Oklahoma City poet, Richard Dixon says he is a long-time transplant from the coal mines of southwestern Pennsylvania. A retired high-school special education teacher and tennis coach, he has had poems and essays published in Crosstimbers, Westview, Uncle Walt’s Corner of The Long Islander, the Texas Poetry Calendar, Cybersoleil and Dragon Poet Review, as well as numerous anthologies, including the two Woody Guthrie compilations: Travelin' Music and Elegant Rage.
While attending Dixon's reading enjoy “Figures & Landscapes: The Art of Carol Armstrong” in The Depot Gallery.
Concerts, Exhibits and Readings at The Depot are made possible, in part, by grants from Norman Arts Council and Oklahoma Arts Council, The City of Norman, and by generous corporate and individual donations.