Sister Songwriters and Poets Receive Poetry Recognition in SFPA Publications
(PHILADELPHIA, PA-OCTOBER 27, 2020): HAZEL ANN LEE, a talented Black American poet, author and librettist, was recently recognized as a poet when her environmental sci-fi poem “Last Seen Sunset” was chosen to be included in the 2020 Science Fiction and Fantasy Poetry Association (SFPA) Star*Line Magazine Black Poet’s Edition 43.4 issue. In addition, H.A. Lee’s exciting poem titled “Luna’s Midnight Escape” was chosen by SFPA in their online publication of 2020 Halloween Poetry Reading. Both publications include poems by a highly distinguished group of poets.
CYNTHIA COZETTE (a.k.a. CYNTHIA COZETTE LEE) is a multi-talented Black American contemporary classical composer and poet who also received a distinguished honor from SFPA in having her moving, original poem titled “Visit to Poe’s House” included in the 2020 Halloween Poetry Reading Publication online. Cynthia Cozette, who is H. A. Lee’s younger sister, remarks, “I am deeply honored to have my poem “Visit to Poe’s House” included in the Science Fiction and Fantasy Poetry Association Annual Poetry Publication.” To hear the MP3 audio recordings of C. Cozette’s poem “Visit to Poe’s House”, H.A. Lee’s “Luna’s Midnight Escape” along with other scary Halloween poems for adults visit the following link and scroll down: