March 28, 2012

PoetryNJ Digest Number 2113

1. U.S.1 Worksheets Publication Party in Princeton    
    From: murphywriting

2. KEVIN CONVERY & Professor RAY SILVERMAN in Manayunk    
    From: murphywriting

3. CONRAD, MARINOVICH & SMITH @NYU in NYC    
    From: murphywriting


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1. U.S.1 Worksheets Publication Party in Princeton
    Posted by: "murphywriting" murphywriting@yahoo.com murphywriting
    Date: Tue Mar 27, 2012 9:20 am ((PDT))

U.S.1 Worksheets publication party for Volume 57

Sunday, April 1 @ 2 PM
The Community Room 
Princeton Public Library
65 Witherspoon Street
Princeton, NJ

Free, refreshments. 
Parking available in adjacent garage.

Contact: 609-924-9529 x 228, www.princetonlibrary.org. 






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2. KEVIN CONVERY & Professor RAY SILVERMAN in Manayunk
    Posted by: "murphywriting" murphywriting@yahoo.com murphywriting
    Date: Tue Mar 27, 2012 9:20 am ((PDT))

"A Mythic Imagination: A Contemporary & a Classic – Kevin Convery & William 
Blake"

Artist's Talk (Kevin Convery) : "Modern Issues in the Light of Ancient Myth" @  
3 P.M.
Professor Ray Silverman, PhD of Bryn Athyn College: "The Art and Poetry of 
William Blake" @ 4P.M.


Sunday, April 1, 3 - 5 PM
Manayunk-Roxborough Art Center
419 Green Lane
Philadelphia,  PA  
(above Main Street btwn. Pechin and Mitchell, rear of property , 2 blocks from 
Ridge Ave.)

Contact:  Peter Krok   215- 482- 3363
For information call: www.mrartcenter.org <http://www.mrartcenter.org/>
 






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3. CONRAD, MARINOVICH & SMITH @NYU in NYC
    Posted by: "murphywriting" murphywriting@yahoo.com murphywriting
    Date: Tue Mar 27, 2012 9:20 am ((PDT))

RED, WHITE, AND BLUE: POETS ON POLITICS: C. A. Conrad, Filip Marinovich, and 
Patricia Smith.

As part of the national series Red, White, and Blue: Poets on 
Politics, presented by the Poetry Society of America and its partners this 
election year, poets C. A. Conrad, Filip Marinovich, and Patricia Smith will 
discuss the thinking and process behind their self-identified political poems 
and the state of politics in poetry today. Moderated by Darrel Alejandro Holnes. 
Co-sponsored by the New School Writing Program.

Monday, April 2 @ 7 PM
Wollmann Hall
The New School
65 West 11th Street
NY, New York


Contact: 212-998-8816 / creative.writing@nyu.edu.
http://cwp.fas.nyu.edu/page/readingseries







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