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July 7– Midtown Cinema & the Almost Uptown Poetry Cartel
are happy to bring you our always popular
& Recollections-of-Summer-Solsticity” open reading! 7 to 9pm.

Reel Cafe, Midtown Cinema, 250 Reily St, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17102, More information: (717) 909-6566.

Allons, enfants de la Patrie, Le jour de gloire est arrivé!
Bastille Day, 14 Juillet -- Julia Rietmulder-Stone is featured.
Rietmulder-Stone was born in Harrisburg, and now lives just across the river in Lemoyne. She holds a BA in English from McDaniel College, where she co-edited the literary magazine Contrast, and received the Philip & Azalea Myers Award for Creativity. Her work has appeared in Megaera, Fledgling Rag and Contrast. Rietmulder-Stone has read extensively around the midstate area.
She currently works at The Circle School and, sometimes, she says, in her garden.

21 July-- open reading

28 July -- Poet, Prof Maria James Thiaw and a bevy of award-winning student writers from Central Penn College. Bring cupckakes and candles if you like. More about that later.

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

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