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Harrisburg poet Marty Esworthy is featured December 3 at Poetry Spoken Here, City Arts, 118 W Philadelphia St in York.
He’s a leading advocate for sound poetry and meta-verse. Esworthy, a Megaera-award-winning poet, editor emeritus, Steel Point Quarterly, and renowned poetry impresario, is founder of the Almost Uptown Poetry Cartel. He’s been published in numerous regional and national publications, including Haggard & Halloo, text_TOWER, Literary Chaos, Fledging Rag, the Fox Chase Review , logodaedalus, Syzygy, The International Digest of World poetry, and the Miserere Review. Recent Esworthy tomes include hard reality, Pacobooks, 2004, and The Object Stares Back, Uh-Oh!, T&T Press, 2009.
Twenty-Six Javanese Proverbs was awarded the 2006 R.E.Foundation Award for Outstanding Poetry from Iris G. Press in 2006.
In 2006, Esworthy set in motion, a Poets’ Tour of Harrisburg, a poetic stroll through the Capital City. A recent Pushcart nominee, he also teaches poetry composition and literary performance.
The City Arts reading series takes place on the first Monday of the Month and begins at 7pm and runs until 9.



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