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On April 30, Marty Esworthy will be featured performer, debuting his latest book, at the Midtown Cinema's Reel Café.
Esworthy, a Megaera-award-winning poet, editor emeritus Steel Point Quarterly, and renowned poetry impresario, is also a performance artist, best known for his epic “Thinking of Ng”. Verse publications include Literary Chaos, Landings, Diffference Engine, Haggard & Halloo, House Taken Over, Fledgling Rag, and Miserere Review.

Recent books by Esworthy include hard reality, Pacobooks, 2004, and Twenty-Six Javanese Proverbs, Iris G. Press, 2006. His latest work, by T&T Press (April 2009), is entitled: “Uh, Oh! The Object Looks Back!“
His work has been translated into eleven languages, including Dutch, Finnish and Fortran.
Julia Tilley, of T&T Press, will host the Almost Uptown Poetry Cartel event. A 7pm open reading, will precede Esworthy's performance. For more information: (717) 909-6566.

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"What is called eloquence in the forum is commonly found to be rhetoric in the study." Thoreau, Walden



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Where is the Midtown Cinema's Reel Café?

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