August 16, 2010

US 1 Poets Meet August 17

Tuesday, August 17, 7:45 pm
Jill Stein and Ken Griggs
73 Gulick Rd., Princeton
 
DIRECTIONS: 
72 Gulick Rd, Princeton.
Come up 206 to where it intersects Nassau Street (Route 27) in downtown Princeton .  Turn right onto Nassau St. and go through downtown Princeton (the campus will be on your right), past Washington and Harrison (major cross streets) and then as you leave the center of town, past the traffic light at Snowdon/Riverside.  Take the 4th left after Snowdon/Riverside onto Shadybrook.  First left on Gulick to 8th house on the left.  924-8489.
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UPCOMING MEETINGS
 
August 24 -- Juditha Dowd
August 31 -- Lois Harrod 
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UPCOMING EVENTS
   
Tuesday, Aug. 17, 7:30 p.m.
Thinking Allowed Series: Paul Muldoon and Katherine Graber
Community Room, Princeton Public Library
Pulitzer-prize winner Paul Muldoon will relaunch the prestigious Princeton Series of Contemporary Poets at this event featuring Kathleen Graber reading from her new collection of verse, "The Eternal City." Graber teaches in the creative writing program at Virginia Commonwealth University and her poems have appeared in many publications including The New Yorker and American Poetry. Her first book of poetry, "Correspondence," was published in 2006. Muldoon chose "The Eternal City" to relaunch the Princeton Series of Contemporary Poets, which under his editorship revives Princeton's tradition of publishing some of today's best poetry. Thinking Allowed is co-sponsored by the library and Princeton University Press.
Contact Janie L. Hermann - Public Programming Librarian
Princeton Public Library, 65 Witherspoon Street, Princeton, NJ 08542
Phone:609-924-9529 x228  | Fax: 609-924-6109
 
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ANNOUNCEMENTS

New Literary Magazine from the Betty June Silconas Poetry Center

We are inviting the submission of poems for the premier issue of The
Stillwater Review from the Betty June Silconas Poetry Center at
Sussex
County Community College
.

Submit 3-5 poems to
bjspoetrycenter@sussex.edu  Please submit them as
doc, docx or rtf files, and include your name, address and phone
number on each poem.

Our deadline is October 1, 2010.
Publication party in early 2011.

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Check out the Duotrope Digest website  www.duotrope.com which lists more than 2800 poetry and fiction publications.  Duotrope recently interviewed Nancy Scott and the site now includes a descriptive entry re: US 1 Worksheets.  When you go to the website, click on the "site map" tab at the top, scroll down to "Editor Interviews", click on that and scroll down to "U.S.1 Worksheets".