Posts

upcoming reading at First Tuesdays, The Writer's Roundtable, Newton, NJ 8/7/18

This is our modified schedule of readers for the 2018 First Tuesdays. Elaine had to switch some featured readers/events around due to unforeseen circumstances.
We meet from 7:00-9:00 in the Unitarian Fellowship, 1 West Nelson Street, Newton, NJ 07860. Tuesday, January 2nd—Heather Strout
Tuesday, February 6th—Katrinka Moore
Tuesday, March 6th—Robert Milby—will be rescheduled due to snow cancellation
Tuesday, April 3rd—Martin Farawell
Tuesday, May 1st —Meta-Land: Poets of the Palisades
Tuesday, June 5th—Barbara Crooker
Tuesday, July 3rd—Favorite Poems/Favorite Poets
Tuesday, August 7th—Jason Irwin
Tuesday, September 4th—J.C. Todd
Tuesday, October 2nd—Susanna Lee, Robert Milby
Tuesday, November 6th—John McDermott
Tuesday, December 4th—The Sonnets of William Shakespeare—presented by Susanna Rich

2 poems in Mudfish # 20

Image

poem in Acumen #91 u.k.

Image

poem in Pittsburgh Quarterly

Words & Vibes at White Whale Books May 19th 7pm

Image
https://www.facebook.com/events/160490104622209/

Join us at White Whale Bookstore for an evening of words & music featuring poetry by Jenny Ashburn, Jason Irwin, Justin Vicari, & Robert Gibb. Music by Aaron Davis. Emcee Valerie Bacharach.



Jen Ashburn is the author of The Light on the Wall (Main Street Rag, 2016), and has work published in numerous venues, including The Writer’s Almanac, The MacGuffin and Whiskey Island. Recently, the Pennsylvania Center for the Book selected her poem “Our Mother Drove Barefoot” for the 2018 Public 
Poetry Project. She holds an MFA from Chatham University, and lives in Pittsburgh.

https://mainstreetragbookstore.com/p…/the-light-on-the-wall/
Robert Gibb was born in Homestead, Pennsylvania. His most recent collection include Among Ruins (Notre Dame Press, 2017), & After, his 11th collection and 2016 winner of the Marsh Hawk Press Poetry Prize.He earned a BA from Kutztown University, an MFA from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and a PhD f…

Jen Ashburn reading @ 2018 Pennsylvania Public Poetry Project

Image