Jeffrey-Paul Horn at word, revisited
May 10, 2018
The Cayuga Museum, in partnership with Olive Trees and aaduna, has a new community series exploring original writing in all its diverse, intriguing, provocative, and exciting forms. Simply called word, revisited, this bi-monthly series presents a featured writer, poet, and other creative individuals who primarily use words to define and construct their artistry and means of expression. An open mic session follows the featured speaker, and is open to all.
Our featured reader on May 10 is Jeffrey-Paul Horn.
Jeffrey-Paul Horn was born in Utica, NY and raised in Rome, NY. Mr. Horn briefly attended the Art Institute of Pittsburgh, and shortly after leaving school, he began writing music, and is currently, a performing guitarist. While he started writing poetry as a youngster, he became passionate about content and craft as a maturing adolescent. Jeffrey has always retained an adventurous and rebellious spirit, and plans to pursue an alternative, agrarian lifestyle.
Horn’s work is published by Clare Songbird Publishing House, aaduna, inc., and Snuff Takers Ephemeris, an internationally published magazine for tobacco enthusiasts.