Sharon Auberle is the featured poet at the November 10 Dickinson Poetry Series sponsored by the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, Ephraim.
Auberle grew up in the Midwest, exploring fields, woods and waters, often in the company of her grandfather, who passed his love of the outdoors to her. With this heritage, her years of living in the Southwest, and now in Door County, she finds much to draw on in her writing.
“Poetry helps me to remember and celebrate the ‘aha’ moments, both of my life and others; those small epiphanies that otherwise would soon be forgotten,” she said.
Auberle is the author of two books, Saturday Nights at the Crystal Ball and Crow Ink, and her work has appeared in numerous publications and online magazines. She recently ventured into the world of recorded poetry, with the release of her first CD: Something After Burning.
Auberle also enjoys photography, collage, and painting. When not writing, she may be found hanging pictures and poems at her website – Mimi’s Golightly Café (http://sharonauberle.blogspot.com.)
An open mic will follow Auberle’s reading November 10, providing an opportunity for others to share their work. The free monthly Series begins at 7 pm and open to all who love poetry. The UU Fellowship is located at 10341 Hwy. 42, Ephraim. For more information, visit http://www.uufdc.org.