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Jessica's Tedx talk "The Poetics of Food" has been published! February 23rd, hosting a reading at the i. Come join us for an amazing night of poetry. The event starts at 6 pm and light refreshments will be available. Books for sale too! March 18th from pm, Oak Harbor Public Library, with an open mic between sets.

Skagit River Poetry Foundation festival, May , Early Bird tickets are available until March 15th. Come up to La Conner to experience this incredible line-up of poets!

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Sunday, March 25, p. Come listen to Ms. Hofmann read from her book and look at the Focus Series of oil monotypes created by Mr. Kendra which will be on exhibit. Prints from the Focus Series are both on the cover and inside of Alive. In addition, Connecticut poets John Surowiecki and Tony Fusco will read poems, and all are invited to view the gallery installations. The event is free and open to the public. Friday, April 20, p. Wednesday, Nov. Kevin will be a radio guest on Left of Str8 on Dec. It's a special show about stigma, trauma, and coping with depression before, during and after the holidays.

How Kevin's writing, especially poetry, helps him stay positive and heal stigma will be discussed. Kevin was recently interviewed by MassPoetry, the results of which will go live around March 7th in the series "Getting to Know. The event celebrates literary achievements in lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender writing for books published in This is one of the longest running literary shows in the U. On Oct. JOEL F. Kirkus Reviews has issued a glowing review of Joan's newest book, Fading into Focus. We have lost a great spirit. Les Kay passed away in late September, after a lingering illness.

We will miss him. He has left behind his prose poetry memoir, Kilo Co, as a lasting legacy. I'll read for about 30 minutes or so. He's a musician and fine poet. We will read for a while and then have coffee and conversation. There is a parking lot. I'm planning to move sometime this summer so I'm looking forward to what may be a final reading in Portland.

You can read more about Emmett on his website -- I'm honored he will join me. The Racial Justice Committee at the Fellowship is sponsoring the reading. Self-Portrait with Hourglass, Kenneth Lee's fourth book is now available. Information can be found at krlee gmail. Saturday, February 10, p. Saturday, March 3, to p. Thursday, November 15, , 7 p.

We are delighted to announce that Letter from Italy, has won honorable mention in the Legacy category of this year's Eric Hoffer competition, the only book of poetry recognized in that category. Nancy is once again directing the Guilford Poetry Guild, whose monthly offerings are well worth a trip to the Guilford Free Library, where events occur.

See the "Special Events" section below for listings. March 23rd, , 6 p. June 19, p. Tuesday April 24, pm. She also offers services as an editor, writing consultant, and tutor. Salt Wind Redemption explores tragedy and a search for justice set against changing attitudes about sexual orientation and gender identity in the contemporary American South. Books will be available for purchase. Donations requested. We will miss Bill, who was a man of enormous good cheer.

And we send our blessings to Maria, who cared for him so loyally and completely until the very end. In the anticipation of publishing an anthology of poems responding to Moby-Dick , Elizabeth Schultz would like to invite poetry submissions of one-to-five pages this may include several poems or one long poem , totaling no more than words. Please send your submissions to Kylan Rice b. The column will provide an opportunity for local poets at all levels to share their work. Current or former local residents, persons who work in town or have a regular connection with a Glastonbury organization, and students attending Glastonbury schools are invited to submit one to three poems of no more than 25 lines via E-mail to poet.

Submissions must include name, phone number and a biographical line or two. Poems must have titles. Previously published work is allowed. If computer access is not available, poems may be sent or brought to the Welles Turner Memorial Library, addressed to the Glastonbury Poet Laureate.

An excerpt from Joan's new poem "3 A. JOHN L. Rhett Watts has a group of poems online in PoetryMagazine. Rhett is now living in Auburn, MA. His first essay was posted in early October. Zaret's most recent blog is a beautiful tribute to the life-saving power of writing. Check out the latest one; its full of zest. The museum is located at 35 Mountain Rd. For information: www. Or call About Hill-Stead Museum Hill-Stead is noted for its 33,square-foot house filled with art and antiques. Pioneering female architect Theodate Pope Riddle designed the grand house, set on hilltop acres, to showcase the Impressionist masterpieces amassed by her father, Cleveland iron industrialist Alfred A.

Whistler and Mary Cassatt, as well as numerous works on paper and Japanese woodblock prints. Stately trees, seasonal gardens, meadows, over three miles of stone walls and blazed hiking trails accent the grounds. A centerpiece of the property is the circa sunken garden designed by Beatrix Farrand, today the site of the renowned Sunken Garden Poetry Festival. The period rooms are open for tours Tuesday through Sunday, 10 am — 4 pm.

The last tour of the day begins at 3 pm. Grounds are open daily am pm. For tour and program information, browse www. Join us for an intimate evening of poetry and song to benefit the Sunken Garden Poetry Festival: p. Live Poets Society Members at the Enthusiasts Level and above receive two complimentary tickets to this event. Events begin at p. Refreshments available. Information: , allynsally sbcglobal. Each third Thursday event, October through April, begins at p. Host: Tom Nicotera.

Refreshments are always served, and notices of other area events are made available. Information is available at the Prosser Library website www. Events occur on second Thursdays during the series season. Please enter through the doors on the side of the building. The Program Center is up one flight of stairs, with an elevator available. This year's series will focus on poems that deal with social issues and will lead to group discussion following the readings.

An open mic will precede readings but not workshops. Admission is free, though donations are gratefully accepted. Doors open at for refreshments and conversation. Events begin at 7 p. The reading is sponsored by Riverwood Poetry Series. Events begin with an Open Mic from - p. For more information, visit www. The evening, presented by the Guild and the Guilford Free Library, will be held from - p. It begins with an Open Mic from - p. Guests are asked to bring an unwrapped children's book, new or gently used, to be donated to the Branford Community Dining Room.

Information at All Mishi-maya-gat events, hosted by Stephen Campiglio, are free and open to the public on the 3rd Thursday of each month during the school year, p. For more information and directions, visit www. New: patrons may bring their own wine or beer with ID check. Directions: take Exit 3 off Rt.

Parking is also available either on-street or in the municipal parking lot adjacent to the Church reached by turning onto Park Street at light. For more information and directions: www. Thursday, March The Buttonwood Tree, Main St. For information on The Buttonwood, please visit www.

Next event TBA. The QU Dept. Series, an "open dialogue on Creativity and the Arts. Carmel campus in Hamden, CT. For information on the series, contact Ken Cormier: kennethcormier gmail. Free and open to the public. For information, contact Steve Straight, or sstraight mcc. Events include an open mike as well as light refreshments and are free of charge, though donations will be gratefully accepted. Next up: TBA. Next TBA. Last Saturday of the Month: am to pm. Books donated by CT Poetry Society. Hosted by Christine Beck, W. Hartford Poet Laureate emerita. For further information, visit www.

To nominate a poet or volunteer as a moderator, email Christine Beck at ChristineBeck90 gmail. Wine and snacks after the readings. Event are free but donations will be happily accepted. Next: TBA. Readings begin at 7 p. Call for information or email faithv gmail. Next event: TBA. During the summer, visitors to Westmoor Park and Fernridge Park in West Hartford will find new ways to enjoy poetry and art each summer, as installations called Poetry Posts arrive in the parks. Each poetry post is a wooden structure that includes a poem written by a West Hartford resident or someone with West Harford connections, and artwork complementing the poem, done by a local artist.

Past poet laureates of the town worked as a group to select the poems for this project. The poets and artists include young students, senior citizens, well-published poets, polished artists, and people of all ages who simply have an interest in the arts. Donations, including funding from the Adolf and Virginia Dehn Foundation have enabled the project to go forward.

Poetry in the Parks does exactly that.

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It is a terrible sadness to tell you that Dick Allen died recently. He made us all richer because of his life-long devotion. We will miss him dearly! When I know more about plans to celebrate his life, I will pass them on. Please send work in pdf, docx, or pages format to gray grayjacobik. Include all contact information as well as mentioning where you received your nursing training. We are looking for well crafted, unsentimental, first-person writing. Send us your best! For information, contact Ben Grossberg: Grossberg Hartford.

This is a handsome and generous page collection of the poet's work and contains some of the finest poems of this and the previous century. Refreshments are served, and attendees are encouraged to bring a poem to share at the open mic. Those who attend the readings will also have the chance to explore the work on display at the gallery, sample poetry books available for sale, and discover the variety of art and writing workshops offered at the gallery throughout the year.

For more information, contact Pat Barone at pattonybarone aol. Main St. Be sure to bring a lawn chair. Lonnie Black is no longer with us. But in fact he will always be with us. We love him. He was in every sense of the word a gentle man. She also offers services as an editor, writing coach, and tutor. For information, contact Erica Buehler rica. Upcoming Readings TBA. For information, contact Dr. The book title still to be determined will be published by Michigan State University Press in the spring of Kudos, Courtney.

Free parking. For more information, contact Dr. Catherine E. Hoyser choyser usj. For more information, go to www. The National Endowment for the Arts and the Poetry Foundation have partnered with the Connecticut Office of the Arts to support Poetry Out Loud, a free high school program which encourages the nation's youth to learn about great poetry through memorization and recitation. In order to compete, schools must register by contacting Adriane Jefferson at the office of the Arts, adriane. Another new poem by Chivas was a top 10 finalist for the annual Readers Digest poetry contest.

All events are free and occur on Sundays, pm, starting with an open mike. Congratulations, Bessy! Sip coffee at a dimly-lit cafe table and hear local writers read their poetry and short stories. First Fridays of each month, - pm. Poets and writers who would like to participate, please email info storytellerscottage. The institute is slated for June 17 — 24, Applications accepted from Jan. Please visit the Amherst MFA website for details and application. Discover and generate new material, explore and diversify, or make progress on an ongoing project.

Expect intriguing prompts, short and long writing periods, regular opportunities to read your work aloud and receive helpful, inspiring feedback. Participants will offer a spring reading at Studio in the Eastworks Building in Easthampton, Massachusetts. First come; first serve. When plans to celebrate his life have been announced, you will be informed.

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It is a great sadness to tell you that David McKain died on December 27, He was a magnificent writer and married to Margaret Gibson for 42 years. A private memorial service will be held later in the year. If you would like to write Margaret, her address is Watson Rd. Sunday, March 4th, p. Snacks provided, BYOB.

Contact: Patricia Martin, chiefbab capital. A poetry writing workshop entitled "leaping Imagination ," February 28 - May 9: 10 sessions meeting on Wednesdays from 7 to p. We will read and explore diverse poems. Using these models or poetry writing exercises, we will write at least one draft poem per session, share and discuss our work with each other in order to revise poems, and in the last session, present a poetry reading to fellow participants and friends, from poems developed in or around the workshop.

All levels are welcome. April 7, 2 p. The show may include paintings or other visual arts that are inspired by the written word or that incorporate text in the visual work itself. It may include written work inspired by visual arts or pieces of video art, theater or dance. Word-Art is an open show.

You do not need to be a library member, a member of the Gallery on the Green or have any formal training as a writer or an artist. You must just have the means to channel your inspiration into an appropriate piece for our exhibit and meet our deadlines. As a writer, you may ask a visual artist to collaborate with you and artists are encouraged to collaborate with fellow writers. It is acceptable to submit an appropriate piece of your own work, but this show is meant to demonstrate collaboration and creative play. Thank you for your interest and enthusiasm. Schedule: Show Dates: April , during regular library open hours.

March 17th Deadline for Written Work. Please submit via email for formatting and printing. March 17th Drop off Visual art at the library. You may make an appointment to drop off work prior to this day during the open hours of the library. Please note that visual artists who choose a published piece of written work as an inspiration, must secure permission to use the written work in the show. A remembrance of former U. It is most fitting that this celebration should take place at Wesleyan, where Richard Wilbur taught for twenty years while living in Portland, CT.

Rare video footage and photographs will be projected during the celebration, and a reception will follow. For more information, contact either of them at agreene wesleyan. It is not to be missed! The conference is open to the public. Registration is available for any price point: workshops, day attendance, and evening readings. Please see the website: www. For more information, contact Daniel Donaghy at or donaghyd easternct.

March 6 at 7 p. Free and open the public. On April , the University of Saint Joseph will hold a Bioblitz a hour census of all living organisms on campus. On April 21 at 10 a. Musicians and artists will also be creating work throughout the day while the scientists search for, catalogue and count the life forms in the USJ ecosystem. You can be part of a team. Please share widely and stay tuned for more details. All are welcome. Participants should bring a potluck dish to share. Coffee, tea, and cookies will be provided. Taylor, Emily Lyon. March 8, p. Open mike, refreshments, and more.

Participants should have at least 3 pieces to recite read or memorized for family venue. Pre-sign-up is recommended. To sign up: vicblu22 gmail. May 2 — Suzanne Gravel, writing teacher from the Waterbury School district will do a presentation on teaching children to appreciate and write poetry.

Laura and Victor Altshul will read on April 9 at 7 pm. Come to read a poem or two, or come just to listen and enjoy afternoon tea. Meets on the 15th in March. Informal and spontaneous. Enjoy a cup of tea of your choice from a selection of fine teas and homemade-style pastries or savories. No cover. Parking available on the parking deck, enter from Arch Street, or on the street.

Explore the myriad ways nature inspires art and creativity, including music and poetry. All levels of experience are welcome! Gemma Mathewson, Thursday, March 15, April 4, 4 p. The festival will also include the regional and national literary community through its renowned journal and book fair.

To enroll, write JuniperFestival umass. Enrollment will be on a first-come, first-served basis and is limited to 15 people per workshop. We will notify you of your acceptance into the workshop. Bring a favorite poem by a woman to read, read from the selection of works by women poets available at the Read-In, or just come and support this important event. The reading is free and open to the public and refreshments will be served.

The event will feature the Faxon poets and will be hosted by Tom Nicotera. What does this involve? We invite a dozen or so random Newtown residents to read their favorite poem aloud. Date: Sunday, April 8th Time: p. Opening Reception to follow poetry reading on April 7. Norton, Among her awards are a poetry fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts and a grant from the Constance Saltonstall Foundation in Remember to bring your own poem to share during the Open Mic which is open to accomplished and aspiring poets of all ages wishing to present one original composition to a live audience.

For more information, visit guilfordpoetsguild. This program is free and open to all. Refreshments will be served. Please register by phone, in person, or online , guilfordfreelibrary.

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Thursday, May 17, , p. Some paintings will be on site for you to work with. A good ekphrasis poem is more than only describing the art but contains the impact, the personal connection, it made with the poet. Its colors, lines, and forms may evoke a face, a rainy road you remember, an old love, or new philosophy. Something will pull you in. We will get there with prime examples and a simple exercise and with your talent too. The evening will open with a reading at p. Poets Teatime every 3rd Thursday pm.

Meets on the 19th in April. Parking available on the parking deck enter from Arch Street. The reading, in the Laurel Ann Olcott Art Center at 20 East Main Street in the heart of Clinton, will begin at PM and will include an open mic, which will give local poets the opportunity to share their work and also to discover the many classes, which include a variety of workshops in both art and writing, offered at the Clinton Art Gallery.

The reading is free and open to the public, and refreshments will be served. Hang out, listen to some riveting stories, and meet us for a drink at Geno's afterwards. April 2: Special Event Reading! Ekphrastic Poetry and Prose. For the first time, ROAR readers will be responding to works of visual art, adding stories to paintings and transforming images into language. Monday night, they'll be tackling the famous works of Edward Hopper. You might know him for "Nighthawks"? Her current writing draws on her experience working in San Francisco's homeless-services sector.

Submissions are now being accepted for the Guilford Poets Guild 20th Anniversary Anthology to be published in the fall of The deadline for submissions is September 5, In addition to selected poems, the anthology will feature poems by members of the Guild as well as winners of the Guilford High School Poetry Contest, an annual event sponsored by the GPG each year.

The Guild is pleased to welcome editor Edwina Trentham who will select the poems for this new publication. A workshop entitled "Walk in Beauty: Celebrating the Gifts of the Earth" will awaken your senses the the beauty of the Spring season as you recharge your creative spirit and rejuvenate in this experiential workshop. Affirm your deep connection to the natural world through explorations in music and creative writing. We will also walk the outdoor labyrinth.

The next event will feature Marilyn Nelson, Thursday, April Marilyn Nelson is the author or translator of some twenty books of poetry. Nelson held the office of Poet Laureate of the State of Connecticut from John the Divine. And participants are invited to bring something to share. Open mic.

Outstanding featured readers. In a casual setting. Open to all members of the public and even others. Reading starts at Please arrive a few minutes early to sign up for the reading. For anyone living in the Washington D. Slam poets participating should have at least three pieces they can read I recite by memory no longer than three minutes long. Arrive at least 15 minutes early. Open mic if time. To sign up ahead of time: vicblu22 gmail. There is limited space but there is room for you! See you there! Silas Bronson library, Grand St. If you are into bugs and slugs or birds or mammals or mushrooms or flowers, my goodness, you need to come to this fun program.

Learn simple steps to put your song on paper. Scholarships available. Facilitators: Jeanne C. Through intriguing, fun writing exercises and graduated, brief writing prompts, guided meditations, expressive arts, brief nature walks and Qigong, participants will be guided to find his or her voice in harmony with nature.

Turn that voice into a flow of words on paper with effortless economy, wisdom and freedom. All will be invited to share their experiences and writing with the group. Some may choose to participate quietly. The theme of our exploration and writing will be love of nature and stewardship of our planet Earth.

Open to teens and adults of all ages and all faith traditions interested in bypassing overwhelm regarding the challenges faced by our planet. Enter a space of deeper knowing and empowered expression. To register, go to Eventbrite. Special needs? Call Jeanne or email drfolks tappingprayerfully. For information, see info westportwriters.

Her latest, Wade in the Water, is out shortly. Contact Laurel Peterson laurelpeterson att. For information: SM bncollege. Reception to follow. Please come hear award-winning poet Maggie Anderson read from her work, as part of the Spring Cardin Reading Series. Hosted by Glastonbury A Better Chance. Hosted by Glastonbury Audubon. Book signing. Introduction To Modern American Poetry.

Poet-educator Mark Sheridan explores favorite twentieth-century American poets. Details and online registration at www. A Glastonbury Adult Education course. Applications for the position of Glastonbury Poet Laureate are being accepted throughout the month of April. In this workshop, we'll write creatively from personal photos that capture our attention and unpack why they do. Writing from photos allows us to approach our pictures as works of art-- no matter the quality of the photo.

Doors open at PM. Bring a friend! She teaches writing online for the Transformative Arts Association and serves on the board and faculty of the International Women's Writing Guild. You are invites to join others for a special night of poetry at the Confluencia event on Wednesday, April 18, p. The night will open with refreshments and live music as well as the opportunity to participate in an open mic. We will close the evening listening to our featured poets read from their works. The reading is free and open to the public, refreshments will be served, and books by the poets will be for sale with a book-signing following the reading.

The featured readers will be followed by an open microphone for the first five poets to sign up. Arts Center East is located at Hartford Turnpike. For more information, please call series director, Pegi Deitz Shea, at , or email her at pegideitzshea aol. Check www. Please spread the word. Would love to see you there. On April 26, Riverwood will host a collaborative poetry performance with students from the American School for the Deaf and students from the Greater Hartford Academy of Arts. Doors open at pm. She lives in Essex. Reading starts with an Open Mike. We have a wonderful visual arts show ongoing in the gallery, and have already held some outstanding performances in our Donald L.

Oat Theater. But the best is yet to come: this week, NAC is thrilled to present The Root Woman, a play written and co-directed by one of the state's most prestigious playwrights, Michael Bradford. There will be four performances: this Thursday through Saturday at , and a matinee on Sunday at There should be space for walk-ins, but call for reservations to be sure. And then State Poet Laureate Marilyn Nelson. The evening will begin with a short musical performance by Girls in Jazz, a youth group from New London, to get everyone warmed up. The event, the day, and the month-long celebration of African-American arts and artists culminates with Marilyn Nelson reading a selection of poems from her more than twenty books of poetry.

Nelson, whose reading voice is pure enchantment, is professor emeritus at UConn and a Chancellor of the Academy of American Poets. Her poetry is accessible, relevant, and highly interesting. The Norwich Arts Center is privileged and honored to have all these outstanding artists on our stage. I hope you'll join us in this celebration of the arts.

Please visit the NAC website norwicharts. Flyers for the programs are attached. Hartford is actively searching for a poet laureate to represent our capital city. They have put up a very informative website for potential candidates and others who may be interested in their process. It is: hartfordpoetlaureate. Please pass this information on to Hartford residents who may be viable candidates. How can we find a new language to explore how love sustains us while death awaits us, and how we manage to hold these two realities in our minds and hearts throughout our lives?

What good is metaphor to us now? Participants will write and revise twelve poems—including out of class assignments and in-class exercises—and will work closely with each other and with the workshop leader, both during the workshop and in individual conferences, on writing and revision, so that at the end of a six-week period everyone should have the beginning of a chapbook. We will also explore the use of form in considerable detail.

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The workshop will be held on Thursdays from 6. For more information or to sign up for the workshop contact Edwina Trentham at trentham comcast. This workshop is sponsored by HeartStone Labyrinths llc. Edwina Trentham taught English and creative writing for twenty-seven years at Asnuntuck Community College in Enfield, Connecticut, where she also founded the poetry journal, Freshwater, which she edited for fifteen years.

She has been teaching a summer workshop for thirteen years, as well as a variety of workshops over the past twenty-five years at different venues, including the Clinton Art Gallery, the HillStead Museum, Wintonbury Library, The Mark Twain House, Manchester and Quinebaug Community Colleges, and many other libraries, high schools, and colleges throughout Connecticut. A collection of her poetry, Stumbling into the Light, was published by Antrim House in , and she was a featured reader at the Sunken Garden Poetry Festival in June For additional information go to www.

Sue Ellen Thompson will explore the impact that Kenyon's lifelong struggle with depression and her marriage to a future U. Poet Laureate had on her work. Several of her poems will be read and discussed, with particular attention paid to their plainspoken diction and use of metaphors from the natural world. Open to the public. La Grua Center, 32 Water St. Box , Stonington, CT phone: Please come enjoy beer, wine, soft drinks and finger foods while seeing how one inspiration often nourishes two different artistic expressions. Sponsored by The Connecticut Poetry Society.

Hartford Public Library. For more information on her new book, please visit: www. The reading is free and open to the public, refreshments will be served. Connors Prize for Poetry in She currently teaches high-school English in Connecticut, and runs regular writing workshops and retreats for teacher-writers through the Connecticut Writing Project at the University of Connecticut.

She lives in Connecticut with her husband and two young children. Reginald Flood is a native of south central Los Angeles who now lives in a small town in southeastern Connecticut with his family. He is an associate professor of English and Coordinator of African American Studies at Eastern Connecticut State University, where he teaches African American literature, creative writing, and composition.

He is a Cave Canem Fellow. For more information, contact: Jim Finnegan JforJames aol. In this online writing workshop, open to all genres and levels of writers, we will move from drafting a piece of writing to revising it until it is ready to send out for publication. We will look intently at the mechanics of what we hope to accomplish in our writing, using a modified workshop model to help with our revisions. We will supplement our investigation by a discussion of different editing techniques and advice from writers running the gamut from ancient India to the New York School.

We will look closely at what various kinds of editors are looking for and how to craft a successful query letter, taking into view the large landscape of the contemporary publishing world. Our goal will not be airy and abstract, but very pragmatic: by the end of our time together, we will generate and have something ready to publish.

He founded and edited one of the oldest electronic arts journals on the web, the legendary Drunken Boat. He is a celebrated speaker and educator on several continents, including Asia, Australia, and the US. Gravel inspires her students to both write and share their poetry. Gravel has also given several presentations to groups of teachers from around the country on techniques for teaching writing to young children.

The program and evening parking in the library parking lot are both free. Author signing and reception with light refreshments after reading. Her poetry is stark and revealing. She was nominated for a Pushcart Prize. Jack Sheedy of Harwinton was married to Jean Sands for 27 years until her death in He is a journalist and author. He will discuss Jean's work and summarize the story behind the publishing of "Close But Not Touching. Patricia Martin is a poet, author, copywriter, actor and media consultant living in Torrington. She never met Jean Sands but was touched by her brave poetry.

Because the poetry speaks to women, Patricia will read it aloud from a woman's perspective, allowing Jean's words to resonate with other women. Venue: House of Books 10 N Main st. Kent , CT info hobooks. For information, contact: House of Books info hobooks. There will be an open mic offering five minutes each for those who would like to present poems, memoirs, monologues, and other spoken word. Sign-up starts at All ages are welcome. Snacks and beverages will be available. For more about David go to www.

She also teaches both art and poetry to Senior Citizens throughout Connecticut. Ginny Lowe Connors will be discussing C. Connors has also edited several poetry anthologies. Connors runs a small poetry press, Grayson Books. Christine Beck is discussing Richard Wilbur. She teaches literature at the University of Hartford and is active in the Connecticut Poetry Society where she sponsors a monthly poetry series called Poets on Poetry.

Julia Morris Paul is discussing John Ashberry. In addition to publication in numerous literary journals, both national and international, as well as anthologies, several of her poems have been performed in stage productions. She is an elder law attorney, in Manchester. Victor Altshul will serve as moderator. He has published three books of poetry: 'Stumblings', 'Singing With Starlings', and 'Ode to My Autumn', as well as individual poems in various journals.

He is vice-president or the Connecticut Poetry Society. He also serves as part-time muse for his wife, the poet Laura Altshul. Great Poetry! In a Warm, Friendly Environment. May 10 and 17, , p. Thursday, May 10, p. Thursday, May 17, p. An open mic precedes the reading. Free of Charge with donations gratefully accepted.

All are welcome! His work has also appeared in Best American Poetry He joins us straight from the Massachusetts Poetry Festival where he ran workshops and held readings to great applause and appreciation! Not to be missed! Ample parking. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me. Please find attached a pdf of the flyer. The inaugural reading in April was a big hit. The Bean offers a beautiful atmosphere for a poetry reading, not to mention the best coffee in the area--my humble opinion.

Wishing you all the best, Stanford Stanford M. On Sunday, May 20, , at 2 p. Maria Sassi is a prize-winning poet and playwright and served as the first Poet Laureate of West Hartford. Poets are encouraged to read their own works during the open mic portion of the afternoon. Sign-up sheets will be available at p. Light refreshments will be served. The event is free to the public, but donations will be gratefully accepted.

Perry at the Bean Barn, Tiogue Ave. The reading, beginning at PM, is free and open to the public, and includes an open mic, so that local poets have the opportunity to share their work. During the break for wine, cheese, and sweets, poets and listeners had the opportunity to wander the gallery, exploring the fascinating and diverse displays of art and crafts, and discovering the variety of art and writing workshops offered at the gallery throughout the year.

The three poets reading on May 20 will no doubt draw an equally large crowd, so audience members are encouraged to arrive early to participate in the open mic and enjoy a reading by the three talented featured poets. Jamie Crepeau is a writer who works full time as an aerospace gear machinist in Connecticut. He graduated from the University of Hartford in He has been writing poetry for several years, and his inventive and imaginative poems have been published in a variety of magazines such as Freshwater, Broad River Review, and Crab Creek Review.

He has also participated in a number of poetry readings throughout the state. In his spare time, he enjoys writing, drawing, and taking walks. She has been nominated six times for a Pushcart Prize. Pinegar was a Surdna Foundation fellow , a writing resident at Footpaths to Creativity in the Azores , and a fellow at the Helene V. Wurlitzer Foundation in She is a big fan of foreign currency, oxford shirts, a well-organized home and sarcasm.

She is currently laboring through her first chapbook For more information contact Pat Barone at pattonybarone aol. Learn about horses in art, as symbolic characters in literature and poetry; observe the horses at close range and interact with them if you choose. All genres encouraged.

She is currently at work on a memoir. Amy Goodusky is a former columnist for the Connecticut Law Tribune, and caregiver to rescued horses. Anita Durkin will give the introductions. She directed the Academy for Young Writers with students from local public schools for over fifteen years. Her poetry has been published in journals and anthologized in books. Antrim House Books published her collection of poetry, Coming Back, in , and more recently Grayson Books published Alive, a collection of poems He lives in Hebron, CT. She will receive a large cash award and be featured in the upcoming issue of Passager.

Kudos, Ginny. She died at home, peacefully in her sleep. Through her whole ordeal, she continued to host poetry events, and support the arts with whatever energy she could spare. There is also a small amount of photographs of Anania, Nelson Algren, and others. Series II, Correspondence, contains letters between Anania and his colleagues, peers, friends, and a small amount from family. It is arranged alphabetically by the last name of the writer, with correspondence from Anania filed by last name of the recipient. The correspondence discusses authors, manuscripts and publications by Anania and others, and other business items relating to his role as editor of Swallow Press and other publications.

Other topics include authors asking advice on their writing or publications, submission of manuscripts, events, and personal. See Series III and V for additional correspondence that has remained with the material with which it is directly associated. There is correspondence, brochures, fliers, announcements, invitations, book and poetry notices and catalogs, and other ephemera.

Much of the correspondence includes requests for or acknowledgements of contributions to publications, speaking engagements, readings, and participation in panels and events. The academic papers include syllabi, course materials, and M. There is also material about awards Anania received and awards and honors given to others. The untitled manuscripts are drafts of poems, short stories, and essays. Series V, Manuscripts and Publications by Others, contains material Anania received from friends, students, peers, and colleagues. There are drafts, proofs, outlines, proposals, publications, reprints, broadsides, student papers, theses, dissertations, and other manuscript material, sometimes with inscriptions and notes from the authors.

Some manuscripts were submitted for consideration to be published by Swallow Press, to receive professional or personal feedback from Anania, or as course requirements. There is some correspondence with the manuscripts. Series VI, Newspaper Clippings, Publications and Oversize, has articles about events with Anania, reviews of his books, reviews he wrote and published, and other collected articles.

The publications are a small amount of poetry newsletters and journals. The oversize material is primarily posters, broadsides, lectures, poems, proofs, conferences, and newspapers with articles about or by Anania. Series VII, Audio-Visual, is restricted due to the condition of the material or need for special equipment.

It contains cassettes, CDs, and videos of various poetry events with Anania, Gwendolyn Brooks, Mac Hammond, and others, as well as interviews with Anania and his appearances on other radio programs, including interviews with Studs Terkel. Folders 6, 10, and 11 will not be open for research until