News & Events
- Calling the Garden from the Grave wins 2nd place in the National Federation of Press Women ContestCalling the Garden from the Grave won 2nd place among books of creative verse in the National Federation of Press Women 2021 Communications Contest. Lesley was among the communicators from throughout the United States who were honored June 11, during a National Federation of Press Women Zoom communications contest ceremony. Nearly 2,000 entries were submitted… Read More »Calling the Garden from the Grave wins 2nd place in the National Federation of Press Women Contest
- Lesley’s book places in a national competitionCalling the Garden from the Grave has placed in the chapbook category of the National Federation of Press Women Communications Contest. We’ll find out which place in June, when the winners will be announced at the virtual awards ceremony.
- A new poem in THINK JournalLesley’s poem “Artemis Draws Her Bow” is in the Winter/Spring issue of THINK: A Journal of Poetry, Fiction, and Essays and is also featured on THINK’s website. Read the poem here. This poem originated at a poetry workshop hosted by Catholic Literary Arts and taught by Judith Sornberger. Lesley wrote this piece in response to… Read More »A new poem in THINK Journal
- SHOUTOUT HTX interviews LesleySHOUTOUT HTX features small business owners and creatives who “make up the fabric of our communities” because “meaningful conversations are at the heart of community building.” Recently, the folks at SHOUTOUT HTX interviewed Lesley about the writing life, work-life balance, inspiration, encouragement, and her beloved city of Houston. Read the interview here.
- Calling the Garden from the Grave earns a first-place win in the Press Women of Texas Communications ContestCalling the Garden from the Grave placed first statewide in the chapbook category of the Press Women of Texas Communications Contest. Now the book will advance to the National Federation of Press Women National Communications Contest.
Enjoy a reading by the poets of Catholic Literary Arts at the historic Lasker Inn in Galveston, Texas. Stay tuned for details!Find out more »
Lasker Inn, 1019 16th St.+ Google Map
Galveston, TX 77550
Galveston, TX 77550