Cindy B. Stevens was raised on the east coast in a military family and has spent her married life living in Kentucky and North Carolina. She earned a degree in Psychology, helped raise her family, and after a professional career as a family law paralegal, her current part-time position allows her more time to write. Her writing touches on love, death, family, and life experiences.
She is a singer with the St. Matthew’s Women’s Singing Circle and appears as a regular on the Murphey School Radio Show. She is a member of the North Carolina Writers’ Network. Her first collection of poetry, Naked, is published by Main Street Rag. Cindy and her husband, Richard, claim Hillsborough as home.
WANT TO HEAR MORE?
SUNDAY OCTBOBER 21 4PM
A Poetry Reading with Ebeth Scott-Sinclair and Cindy B. Stevens.
Their work is vulnerable, raw, other worldly.
Join these two poets as they read from their collections on Sunday, 21 October, at 4 p.m.
in the sanctuary of Hillsborough Presbyterian Church, 102 West Tryon Street,