Janet Lee Warman has a poem posted in downtown Winston-Salem during the month of September as part of the city's Poetry in Plain Sight initiative.
Janet Lee Warman, professor of English and education, has her poem “Sidewalk Border” posted in downtown Winston-Salem during the month of September as part of the city’s Poetry in Plain Sight initiative.
The Winston-Salem Writers’ website explains: “Launched in Winston-Salem in 2013, Poetry in Plain Sight brings North Carolina poetry and poets to the public. Four poems are chosen monthly and displayed on posters in street-visible locations throughout arts districts and downtown areas in Winston-Salem. The goals are to bring poetry to a wider audience and to support North Carolina poets. This Winston-Salem Writers’ program is a collaborative effort with the North Carolina Poetry Society and Press 53.”