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Michael R. Brown is coming to Pennsylvania. Coming back. The lighter, brighter regions of the moon are called the highlands. A man was recently seen netting minnows in the Rio Grande.

Seagulls, even as we speak, are likely soaring over the Susquehanna.
Heron are nesting? Well, that changes with time. No matter, it's all good.

Maybe weeks from now, maybe soon, at the Midtown Scholar Bookstore-- on July 26-- an entertaining reading by a New Brunswick publisher/ poet. Additionally, there could be a brief but amusing spotlight reading by the New Snow Trio, Minus One.

Oh, it's a big wide wonderful world. Y'know?

And, this might be hard to fathom, but the moon, the bookstore, Michael R. Brown and all the accompanying hoopla are but a seagull's swoop from the mighty Susquehanna.
The Midtown Scholar marquee hangs bright and resplendent in front of 1302 N. Third Street,
right across from the Broad Street Market.

Poetry Thursdays, hosted by the Almost Uptown Poetry Cartel, is a long-running literary reading series which meets at the Scholar.

C'mon by, to read or just to listen. More details? What time? What about parking? How's the corn crop this summer? 717.236.1680. It's all good.

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

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