April 9, 2012

Poetry of KATSAROU & MILLER in Clinton 4/19, Flemington 5/6

Dear Friends,

Happy Poetry Month!  On Thursday night, April 19th at 7pmI'll be reading locally with friend and fellow poet MaryAnn L. Miller at Riverside Coffee & Tea in downtown Clinton, NJ. We'll be reading from our respective debut collections:  Memento Tsunami and Locus Mentis.  The plan is to read in alternation, with each of us responding spontaneously to the other's work with another poem from her collection.  Delicious coffee drinks and sweets will be available and an open mic will follow.  This reading is part of the Clinton Guild's "Spring Ladies' Night" http://tinyurl.com/7xa6uqb and also sponsored by the Clinton Book Shop.

And save the date:  Sunday afternoon, May 6 at 2pm the two of us will be reading in Flemington, NJ at Hunterdon County Library Headquarters on Route 12.  (Full addresses and bios follow after the pictures.)

Hope to see you soon at one of these readings!

All the best,
Vasiliki




Thursday, April 19, 2012 at 7 pm with open mic to follow
51 Main St, Clinton, NJ 08809
(908) 894-5808
Sunday, May 6 at 2pm
Hunterdon County Library Headquarters
314 State Route 12
Building #3
Flemington, NJ 08822
(908) 788-1444

Vasiliki Katsarou is the author of the just-published poetry collection, Memento Tsunami. She is a 2010 Pushcart Prize nominee, and curates the Panoply Books Reading Series in Lambertville, NJ.  Her poem, "Seven Women," was recently featured on the national poetry website, Poetry Daily (http://poems.com/poem.php?date=15404).

MaryAnn L. Miller has been the Resident Book Artist at the Experimental Printmaking Institute, Lafayette College since 2001. Her work is in the National Museum of Women in the Arts and other special collections. Her poetry has been published in Certain Circuits and in the Philadelphia Poets Anthology 2011. Miller is a recipient of the Petracca Award Special Mention 2012. Miller's debut book of poems, Locus Mentis, has been published by PS Books, the small press division of Philadelphia Stories magazine. http://www.maryannlmiller.com/


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