January 9, 2010

Poetry at Tasty Coco - Jan 19

January 19 - Poetry at Tasty Coco

Rick Mullin: Poetry at Tasty Coco starts its season

with

Quincy R. Lehr and David Vincenti featuring.


Quincy R. Lehr was raised in Norman, Oklahoma and attended the University of Texas at Austin and Columbia University. His work has appeared in numerous journals in the U.S., Britain, Ireland, and Australia. His first book of poetry, Across the Grid of Streets, was published by Seven Towers in April 2008. With R. Nemo Hill, he co-founded Modern Metrics Press, an imprint of Exot Books specializing in metrical poetry. He is the associate editor of The Raintown Review. He lives in Brooklyn, where he teaches history.

David Vincenti is a father, husband, poet, engineer, accordionist, and baseball fan who believes it is possible to root for the Mets without hating the Yankees. David’s poems have appeared in the Paterson Literary Review, the Christian Science Monitor, and The Journal of New Jersey Poets. An alumnus of Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, with degrees in Materials Engineering and Technology Management, David serves his alma mater as advisor and Artist in Residence at the Center for the Performing Arts at DeBaun Auditorium, where he hosts the Spoken Word Series. His first manuscript, To the Ones Who Must Be Loved, is currently out knocking on doors.

Tuesday, January 19

8:00 pm at

Tasty Coco Bistro and Desert Lounge
291 Bloomfield Ave., Caldwell, NJ

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See NJ Poets & Poetry calendar below for additional poetry events. Listing is not an endorsement of event, attend at your sole discretion.

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No cover. Full menu, Open Mic for Poetry

Coming up, February 23: Tina Kelley, George Witte

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