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March 30, 2011 – Glen River



March 30th – Glen River

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Glen River

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A multi-media artist, Glen River’s theme for this reading is Poetry Crossing Borders, “which is generally how I have experienced it,” he said this week. “I will be bringing stuff: some art, a guitar, a small amp, and guitar processor, and mic, a few books.” Don’t miss this evening of invention. For a preview of his overlapping talents check out his website:  http://glenriver.com/index.php

“From shamanic visions to sociological insights and humorous reflections, River’s poetry stirs the deep mind.

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March 23, 2011 – Poetry of Complaint (bitch bitch bitch!)

March 23rd — Instead of the previously announced feature tonight Wednesday Night Poetry presents a themed open myk/mic/mike.

POETRY of Complaint! Bitch Bitch Bitch!

Sick of winter? Mad about wars? Nukes? Cukes? Just feeling snarky? Come on down and opine about whatever suits you! Or read any darn thing you want.

Coffee tea and cocoa will warm you from the cold…..This open myk will be held NO MATTER WHAT THE  WEATHER!!!

Jackie Sheeler, our feature has resheduled to June 15th because of the unexpected snow.

 
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March 16, 2011 – Charles Douthat

Charles Douthat is the author of Blue for Oceans, a debut collection of poetry. Born in California, he graduated from Stanford University. For the last thirty years he’s lived in Connecticut where he still practices law. He began writing poetry during a long mid-life illness. Since then his poems have been widely published. Blue for Oceans received the 2011 L.L.Winship/PEN New England Poetry Award.  Click here to read a few poems

 
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March 9, 2011 – “Transitions” Open Myk

 
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March 2, 2011 – Priming the Pump – a writing workshop by Faith Vicinanza

Faith Vicinanza

Faith Vicinanza

A writer’s life can be defined as inspiration, ideation, perspiration, creation, publication.  This night is devoted to two of those facets – inspiration and perspiration.  Priming the Pump will be a one hour writing workshop – five writing exercises that will get the creative juices flowing, followed by a fifteen minute writing period where you take one of those quick starts and work on it.  A share will follow.  Then we close out the evening with a poetry critique circle, bring a finished work, ten copies, for a round table discussion of what works and what may need a bit of attention about your poem.  You are welcome to sit in without bringing a poem to share.

Faith Vicinanza will faciliate the writing program.  Ms. Vicinanza is a widely published poet and has been facilitating writing programs for children and adults for over fifteen years.

As always, this was a great time, and lots of useful writing starts!

 
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