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Cherrie Amour is a Baltimore-based award-winning poet/author who writes about love, life and relationships. Her first book of poetry Free to Be Me, Poems on Love, Life and Relationships is a poetry memoir that details her life from childhood to adulthood and her geographic journey from the Caribbean to the U.S. Her work has appeared in Poet's Ink, the Paterson Literary Review and Understorey Magazine. Her poem Hermoso Negro, a tribute to her father won a 2013 Allan Ginsberg Poetry Award. Amour also has two spoken word CDs "Love's Journey" and "ilovemesomewords." Her eclectic background serves as a strong influence in both her performances and her writing.

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Caribbean American Heritage Month

Enoch Pratt Free Library (Waverly Branch), 400 33rd St., Baltimore, MD

Celebrate the rich cultural heritage of the Caribbean by supporting our local authors and poets.

AUTHORS: Lauren Francis-Sharma; Khara Campbell; Joelle Cohen Wright; Katia D. Ulysse ; Pamela K. Marshall; and Merle Collins

POETS: Alan King; Saida Agostini; Tafisha Edwards; Dean Jean-Pierre and Cherrie Amour

Books will be on sale following the panel and presentation. Light refreshments will be provided.

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