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Poetry Thursdays' upcoming events:

All Events are from 7-9 pm with an Open Reading from 7-8 pm
followed by an 8-9 pm Feature, or continued Open.
Midtown Scholar, 1302 North Third Street,
Harrisburg, PA 17102. Phone: 717.236.1680
Hosted by the Almost Uptown Poetry Cartel
Next up:

February 27 -- Feature, The Triangle: Erin Dorney and Tyler Barton with Host Christian Thiede.
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March 6 -- Feature, Kari Larsen with Host Christian Thiede.

March 13 -- Open Reading, with Host Marty Esworthy.

March 20 -- Feature, Elijah Pearson with Host Christian Thiede.

March 27 -- Open Reading, with Host Anna Jane.
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April 10 -- Shane Tanzymore
May 1 -- Femi The Drifish

In other news:
Rick Kearns became Harrisburg's sixth poet laureate in January 2014.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sPYYP4QoyMA
and Le Hinton's poem "No Doubt About It (I Gotta Get Another Hat)," first published in Little Patuxent Review, will be included in The Best American Poetry 2014'
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=75HDQ2qMOg8

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True, in principle, proverbs and reverb provide ample direction for everyone. --Elfred Vito-Januski


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The following comments are for "Poetry Thursdays' Spring Events"
by aragon38

Press Releases

Prestigious Gettysburg Trio, Featured December 4, at Midtown Scholar's Poetry Thursdays

Poetry Thursdays, a poetry series-- open mic and featured performers-- 7--9pm in the

Internet Cafe at the Midtown Scholar Bookstore, 1302 North Third Street, Harrisburg,

PA 17102, Phone: 717.236.1680. The series is hosted by the Almost Uptown Poetry

Cartel.
On Thursday, December 4, the feature is the Gettysburg Trio, comprised of Martin

Malone who teaches at Mount Saint Mary’s University. His poetry has appeared in

Dream International Quarterly, Lighted Corners, The Monocacy Valley Review, Scribble

and the Seminary Ridge Review.

Katy Giebenhain edits the Poetry + Theology rubric for Seminary Ridge Review. Her

MPhil in poetry is from University of South Wales/Glamorgan, her MA is from University

of Baltimore. Publications include The London Magazine, Tokens for the Foundlings,

Bordercrossing Berlin, Saint Katherine Review, Little Patuxent Review, and the Bellevue

Literary Review.

Gary Ciocco teaches philosophy and political science at Gettysburg College, HACC and

other colleges. He's been published in journals, including Seminary Ridge Review,

Shadowtrain, National Catholic Reporter and Backbone Mountain Review.

http://www.almostuptown.com/

( Posted by: aragon38 [Member] On: December 1, 2014 )





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