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World-Famous ‘Slam’ Champion Brings Poetry to Penn’s Inn

Sierra DeMulder's poetry performance ...
Sierra DeMulder’s poetry performance …
... is captured by an audience member.
… is captured by an audience member.
The recipient of a 2014 McKnight Fellowship, DeMulder autographs a book ...
The recipient of a 2014 McKnight
Fellowship, DeMulder autographs a book …
... and is welcomed by College Women of Williamsport. From left are Kavitha R. Kolangaden, of Bell Mead, N.J., a pre-physician assistant student; Erin L. Sullivan, of Elizabethtown, enrolled in applied human services; DeMulder; and April M. Tucker, of Muncy, also an applied human services major.
… and is welcomed by College Women of Williamsport. From left are Kavitha R. Kolangaden, of Bell Mead, N.J., a pre-physician assistant student; Erin L. Sullivan, of Elizabethtown, enrolled in applied human services; DeMulder; and April M. Tucker, of Muncy, also an applied human services major.

Sierra DeMulder, an internationally touring performance poet and educator, brought her award-winning perspective to Penn’s Inn on Friday night. The two-time National Poetry Slam champion, whose latest full-length collection (“Today Means Amen”) was released earlier this year, appeared as part of Penn College’s Women’s History Month observance. DeMulder’s work has been featured on National Public Radio and Huffington Post, as well as many others.
Photos by Caleb G. Schirmer, student photographer

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