May 25, 2012

PoetryNJ Digest Number 2144

1. JOEL DIAS-PORTER in Linwood    
    From: murphywriting

2a. RHYMING POETS INTERNATIONAL in NYC    
    From: murphywriting

3. CIRCLE WORKSHOP in South Orange    
    From: murphywriting

4. EVA GABRIELSSON in Philadelphia    
    From: murphywriting


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1. JOEL DIAS-PORTER in Linwood
    Posted by: "murphywriting" murphywriting@yahoo.com murphywriting
    Date: Fri May 25, 2012 7:30 am ((PDT))

Linwood Public Library features Joel Dias-Porter (DJ Renegade), 1998 and 99 
Haiku Poetry Slam Champion. 

Thursday, May 31 @ 6:30 PM
301 Davis Avenue
Linwood, NJ

Free. 
Contact: (609) 926-9711
www. linwoodlibrary.com

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2a. RHYMING POETS INTERNATIONAL in NYC
    Posted by: "murphywriting" murphywriting@yahoo.com murphywriting
    Date: Fri May 25, 2012 7:30 am ((PDT))

RHYMING POETS INTERNATIONAL: Open performance of all kinds of poetry, song, 
music etc.
Celebrate 151st Birth Day of 1913 Nobel Rabindranath Tagore with songs, dances, 
video, presenatation, lecture and a scenic documentary on William Wordsworth.
 
Thursrday, May 31st @ 5PM
Hudson Park Library
66 Leroy St. downstairs
Christopher/ Houston; 7th Ave/Hudson St.
Greenwich Village, NY 
 
Path: Christopher, MTA 1,2,3 Houston St.
More at Nypl.org

Join free at Meetup.com/ Rhyming-Poets.
Contact: Dr. Swapan Basu
http://www.Meetup.com/Rhyming-Poets
http://www.youtube.com/SBRhyme
http://SwapanBasu.us

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3. CIRCLE WORKSHOP in South Orange
    Posted by: "murphywriting" murphywriting@yahoo.com murphywriting
    Date: Fri May 25, 2012 7:30 am ((PDT))

LITERARY TIME TRAVEL: ADVENTURES IN WRITING HISTORICAL FICTION 
with 
Susanne Dunlap, Stephanie Cowell, Michelle Cameron & Judith Lindbergh in South 
Orange, NJ
 
June 10, 2-4 PM
SUNDAY, JUNE 10, 2-4 PM
At Sparkhouse, 19 Scotland Ave.
South Orange, NJ

Authors Stephanie Cowell (Claude and Camille), Susanne Dunlap (In the Shadow of 
the Lamp), Michelle Cameron (The Fruit of Her Hands), and Judith Lindbergh (The 
Thrall's Tale) will take you from medieval Paris to Elizabethan London, from 
Victorian Crimea to Viking Greenland and beyond. While sharing their their 
insights into writing and research, they will reveal what moves them to write 
about such different historical milieu. They will also offer participants a 
chance to play with their own ideas for imaginative historical journeys. Bring a 
notebook, pen or laptop and be ready to take your first literary steps into past 
glories.
 

REGISTER at http://www.writerscircleworkshops.com/cmp/specials.html $25 if 
pre-registered; $35 at the door; $20/session for TWC students and parents
 
Call (973) 900-0415 for more information.
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4. EVA GABRIELSSON in Philadelphia
    Posted by: "murphywriting" murphywriting@yahoo.com murphywriting
    Date: Fri May 25, 2012 7:30 am ((PDT))

Eva Gabrielsson of "There are Things I Want You to Know" 

Thursday, May 31 @ 7:30 PM
Montgomery Auditorium
Parkway Central Library
1901 Vine Street
Philadelphia, PA

Free.
Contact: 215-567-4341   

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