I will hold office hours for my Notary work, and to sell my books, at 1500 Walnut Street, suite 700, from 12:00-3:00 PM, on Thursday, June 28, 2018. I look forward to seeing you and working with you.
I have worked for the longest time with Larry Robin and his Moonstone Arts Center, which has been a wonderful forum for poets in the Philadelphia region.
Tomorrow, I shall join over a hundred of the region’s finest poets for Poetry Ink, a celebration of National Poetry Month. It will take place at 12 Noon at District 1199C AFSCME, on 13th and Locust streets. The poets will have copies of their volumes available for sale; please purchase the volumes and support them. The food will be potluck, so please bring something to share.
On Sunday, May 7, will be a reading of poems of protest and resistance, held at the Grass Plaza of Brandywine Workshop, 728 South Broad Street. There will be readings of poems on such themes as women’s issues, war, immigration, and freedom. Book sales will start at 12 Noon, and the readings will start at 2:00 PM.
I will be with other fine Philadelphia area poets to participate in Poetry Ink, a celebration of National Poetry Month, to be held at Hospital Workers Union 1199C building, 1319 Locust Street, at 12:00 noon, on Sunday, April 30, 2017. There will be a potluck meal, so please bring something to share. YO will enjoy the company and the readings of some of the area’s best poets.
For further information, please contact www.moonstoneartscenter.org, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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