Live in Limerick: The Black Ladies Brunch Collective

Wednesday 28th June 2017 at 7.30pm

Ormston House

9-10 Patrick St., Limerick

The Limerick Writers’ Centre & Ormston House


The Black Ladies Brunch Collective on Wednesday 28 June , 7.30-9.30pm. Admission free & donations welcome!

The Black Ladies Brunch Collective (BLBC) was founded in 2014 in Washington, D.C. They are a group of black women poets whose aim is to lift up, promote and inspire the voices of black women –
who have been, as a population, historically marginalized and silenced. They recognize the artistic work of black women, and encourage and foster collaboration between them.

BLBC serve the artistic community as a whole, but more specifically aim to inspire minority/under-privileged/under-represented/women of colour through their words. Their poetry collective hopes to positively impact minority women all over the globe and reaffirm the woman’s voice in the literary world.

About Saida Agostini:
Saida Agostini is a queer Afro-Guyanese poet. A Cave Canem Fellow, her work has been published or will be forthcoming in the Black Ladies Brunch Collective’s anthology, Not Without Our Laughter, the Beltway Poetry Quarterly, the Delaware Poetry Review, Pluck – The Affrilachian Journal of Arts and Culture, TORCH Literary Arts, the Baltimore Sun, and Black Girl Dangerous. She is currently working on her first collection, uprisings in a state of joy.

About Teri Ellen Cross Davis:
Teri Ellen Cross Davis is the author of Haint, a finalist for the 2017 Ohioana Poetry Book Award, a Cave Canem Fellow, and member of the Black Ladies Brunch Collective. Her work can be read in many anthologies including Bum Rush The Page: A Def Poetry Jam, Gathering Ground: A Reader Celebrating Cave Canem’s First Decade, Full Moon on K Street: Poems About Washington, DC, The Golden Shovel Anthology: New Poems Honoring Gwendolyn Brooks and Not Without Our Laughter: poems of joy, humor, and sexuality, Poet Lore, The North American Review, Gargoyle, Natural Bridge, Torch, and most recently in Fledgling Rag, Beltway Poetry Quarterly, Delaware Poetry Review and Auburn Avenue. She coordinates the O.B. Hardison Poetry Series for the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, D.C. Her website is

Please contact Dominic Taylor at 087 2996409 or email for further information.