The North Jersey Literary Series
presents a special evening featuring poets
Paul Nash and Denise La Neve
Saturday, February 27 at 8 PM
in the Special Events Dining Room at
The Classic Quiche Cafe
330 Queen Anne Road,
Teaneck , NJ
Come early and enjoy a relaxing meal – the CQC quiches are famous, and there are also other wonderful entrees, as well as coffees, teas, and desserts.
Denise La Neve writes both poetry and fiction. Her work has most recently appeared in the international journal The Istanbul Literary Review and in the 2008 and 2009 issues of The Rutherford Red Wheel Barrel Anthology, along with unpublished work by William Carlos Williams, among others. Denise won Sensation Magazine's 'Best Newcomer' contest for poetry (2005), as well as Sensation's short story contest (2007). She has co-authored several poems with her husband, Paul Nash. Denise danced with Kleber DeFritas in several performances of 'Night and Day,' based on original choreography by Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, and she appeared in John Salacan's 'The Muse Pool' (2002) as both poet and dancer.
Paul Nash writes narrative fiction and poetry, as well as scientific and historical articles. He tries to maintain a balance between his scientific studies and his literary endeavors. Paul conducts laboratory and field research in paleontology at the American Museum of Natural History in NYC. He is on the Board of Directors of the Poet's Press and is a Fiction Editor for Sensations Magazine. One of Paul's short stories currently appears in The Istanbul Literary Review (January 2010); two poems were recently published in The Rutherford Red Wheel Barrow Anthology (2009). Paul has just returned from an international scientific expedition to Gujarat , India (January 2010), where he and colleagues excavated 52 million-year-old amber.