June Pop Up Poetry Featuring Day Sibley and King Lonah

Nevada Humanities Program Gallery
1017 S First Street, #190, LV, NV 89101
Las Vegas, NV
Friday, June 1, 2018
7:00 PM

Join us at Nevada Humanities for the Pop-Up Poetry Series on Friday, June 1 at 7 pm featuring poets Day Sibley and King Lonah.


Day Sibley is a interdisciplinary artist based in Southern Nevada. She's been published in The Quail Bell, The Drabble, Neon Dreams and more. She competed in the Battle Born poetry slam, studied creative writing at CSN, and interned for the Red Rock Review-Journal. Outside her day job, she's probably working out, reading classics or learning videography.


King Lonah has been writing poetry for a few years now. His style jumps around more than his gender but he never fails to convey raw emotion. His poetry is something you truly have to experience.


Hosted by Executive Director and Founder of LVPO, Jorge Lara.

The Las Vegas Poets Organization is Las Vegas and Nevada’s longest running and largest non-profit for poetry.

For more information about our organization and programming visit: www.lasvegaspoets.org or call 702-800-4670.