Friday, March 11, 2011

Open Door Reading: Jean Beaumont & Michele Wolf, Sunday, 2:00 P.M.

This Sunday's Open Door Reading, Sunday, 2:00 P.M. FREE, as always.

Poetry publication reading with visiting author Jeanne Marie Beaumont, who reads from Burning of the Three Fires, and Michele Wolf, reading from her poetry collection Immersion. You can read Michele's recent First Person Plural post here. And you can find out more about each poet here.

Then next week's Open Door Reading features quite a lineup. Join editor Joelle Biele in a reading from the recently published Elizabeth Bishop and The New Yorker: The Complete Correspondence. Readers will include Dana Gioia, Sandra Beasley, David Gewanter, and Rose Solari. 2:00 P.M. FREE. Register here.

Dana Gioia is also leading a one-day workshop on March 19 called The Poetic Line. Some slots are still available as of this writing. Learn more about Gioia, who is now an honorary board member of The Writer's Center, by visiting his Web site: Dana Gioia.

For those of you interested in e-books, Nathan Bransford has a very interesting post (and I encourage you to read the follow-up posts as well).

Have a great weekend!


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