September 16, 2012

PoetryNJ Digest


Topics in this digest:

1a. PINA PIPINO & ELIZABETH MARCHITTI in Montclair    
    From: murphywriting

2. NATHAN LONG in Galloway    
    From: murphywriting

3. IRVINE WELSH & LISA ZEIDNER in Philadelphia    
    From: murphywriting

4. POETRY OUT LOUD INFO FOR TEACHERS    
    From: murphywriting

5. JEFFREY TOOBIN in Philadelphia    
    From: murphywriting

6. Just in: JESSE JARNOW in Philadelphia    
    From: murphywriting

7. MCCULLOUGH, BROEK, MOSCALIUC, NOLAN, & MILLER in Atlantic Highlands    
    From: murphywriting

8. EVE PATTEN @ Princeton    
    From: murphywriting


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1a. PINA PIPINO & ELIZABETH MARCHITTI in Montclair
    Posted by: "murphywriting" murphywriting@yahoo.com murphywriting
    Date: Sat Sep 15, 2012 10:01 am ((PDT))

Watchung Booksellers Presents: Pina Pipino and Elizabeth Marchitti
 
Thursday, September 20 @ 7 PM
Watchung Booksellers
54 Fairfield Street
Watchung Plaza 
Montclair, NJ 
 
Free. 
Open reading to follow.
 
Contact: 973-744-7177
 
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2. NATHAN LONG in Galloway
    Posted by: "murphywriting" murphywriting@yahoo.com murphywriting
    Date: Sat Sep 15, 2012 10:01 am ((PDT))

Stockton College Visiting Writers Series presents: Fiction writer Nathan Long in 
Galloway

Thursday, September 20th @ 4:30
West Quad 103
101 Vera King Farris Drive
Galloway, NJ 

Free

Contact: cynthia.king@stockton.edu
wp.stockton.edu/literature


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3. IRVINE WELSH & LISA ZEIDNER in Philadelphia
    Posted by: "murphywriting" murphywriting@yahoo.com murphywriting
    Date: Sat Sep 15, 2012 10:01 am ((PDT))

Irvine Welsh of "Skagboys" with Lisa Zeidner  of "Love Bomb"

Friday, September 21 @ 7:30 PM
Montgomery Auditorium
Parkway Central Library
1901 Vine Street
Philadelphia, PA

Free. 
Contact: 215-567-4341 
email: authorevents@freelibrary.org 

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4. POETRY OUT LOUD INFO FOR TEACHERS
    Posted by: "murphywriting" murphywriting@yahoo.com murphywriting
    Date: Sat Sep 15, 2012 10:01 am ((PDT))

Poetry Out Loud is the national recitation contest that encourages high school 
students across the country to learn about great works of classic and 
contemporary poetry through memorization and recitation. Not only do they share 
their interpretation and delivery of poetry, but they vie for awards and 
scholarships totaling $50,000.

Last year, New Jersey Poetry Out Loud saw record participation. 109 schools and 
over 19,000 students catapulted New Jersey to third place in program 
participation in the United States. Can you picture your students participating 
in this rich educational experience with students from across the nation? Get 
your school involved! All schools follow the same "poetry-bee style" contest 
structure, which begins at the classroom level. Classroom winners advance to a 
school-wide competition, then to a regional competition, followed by the NJPOL 
State Finals at The Lewis Center for the Arts, Princeton University on March 15, 
2013. The NJPOL State Champion will compete in the National Finals in 
Washington, D.C. on April 29-30, 2013. All New Jersey public, charter, private 
and parochial high schools and home school associations are invited to 
participate. Participating students should be in grades 9-12 or the age/grade 
equivalent. For complete details and to register your school, visit 
JerseyArts.com/POL.

NJ Poetry Out Loud Artists-in-the-Schools Program, a partnership between 
Playwrights Theatre and the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, places 
seasoned teaching artists experienced in Poetry Out Loud in the classroom to 
enhance the school's experience with POL. This optional program supplement 
provides master poets and performing artists to help teach students the depth, 
breadth, and artistry of poetry recitation. Residencies can be designed to fit 
your school's budget and range from 1 to 9 days in length. A limited number of 
residency grants are available. For complete details, visit JerseyArts.com/POL. 
*Quote: Shamsuddin Abdul Hamid, 2010 NJPOL State champion.


Poetry Out Loud is a partnership of the National Endowment for the Arts, the 
Poetry Foundation, and the state arts agencies of the United States. In New 
Jersey, this program is made possible in part by funds from the New Jersey State 
Council on the Arts/Department of State, a Partner gency of the National 
Endowment for the Arts, and funds from the National Endowment for the Arts. 
Support for the program is also provided by Playwrights Theatre of New Jersey 
and the ArtPride New Jersey Foundation.
Contact: Tammy Herman
  New Jersey Poetry Out Loud State Coordinator
  therman@jerseyarts.com
                609.292.4435

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5. JEFFREY TOOBIN in Philadelphia
    Posted by: "murphywriting" murphywriting@yahoo.com murphywriting
    Date: Sat Sep 15, 2012 10:01 am ((PDT))

Jeffrey Toobin of "The Oath: The Obama White House v. The Supreme Court."  
A Pine Tree Foundation Endowed Lecture.
  
Thursday, September 20 @ 7:30 PM
Free Library of Philadelphia
1901 Vine Street
Montgomery Auditorium
Philadelphia, PA 

Free.
Contact: (215) 567-4341
www.freelibrary.org/authorevents
e-mail: authorevents@freelibrary.org
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6. Just in: JESSE JARNOW in Philadelphia
    Posted by: "murphywriting" murphywriting@yahoo.com murphywriting
    Date: Sat Sep 15, 2012 10:01 am ((PDT))

Jesse Jarnow of  "Big Day Coming: Yo La Tengo and the Rise of Indie Rock"

Wednesday, September 19 @ 6:30 PM
Montgomery Auditorium
Parkway Central Library
1901 Vine Street
Philadelphia, PA

Free. 

Contact: 215-567-4341 
email: authorevents@freelibrary.org 

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7. MCCULLOUGH, BROEK, MOSCALIUC, NOLAN, & MILLER in Atlantic Highlands
    Posted by: "murphywriting" murphywriting@yahoo.com murphywriting
    Date: Sat Sep 15, 2012 10:01 am ((PDT))

The Atlantic Highlands Arts Council Presents: Laura McCullough, Michael Broek, 
and Mihaela Moscaliuc, with Carl Nolan and Janice Miller. 
"The Spoken Word," an evening of poetry, drama and prose. 

Friday, September 21 @ 7:30 PM
Paper Moon Puppet Theater
First Ave. at W. Garfield Place
Atlantic Highlands, NJ

$10; $8 for Arts Council members.
Contact: 732-737-7160,  atlantichighlandsartscouncil@gmail.com 
www.atlantichighlandsartscouncil.org
 
Have a submission for PoetryNJ?
Please make sure it meets our submission guidelines (http://www.murphywriting.com/poetrynj-daily-emails-about-poetry-readings-prose-readings-in-nj-ny-philadelphia.html) 
& send it to murphywriting@yahoo.com.

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8. EVE PATTEN @ Princeton
    Posted by: "murphywriting" murphywriting@yahoo.com murphywriting
    Date: Sat Sep 15, 2012 10:01 am ((PDT))

The Fund for Irish Studies Presents a Lecture by Eve Patten, Irish scholar from 
Trinity College in Dublin on "A Feverish Place:  Ireland and the English 
Literati, 1920-1945"

Friday, September 21 @ 4:30 PM
James M. Stewart '32 Theater
Lewis Center for the Arts 
185 Nassau Street
Princeton, NJ

Free. 

Contact: 609-258-3694
vancleaf@princeton.edu
www.princeton.edu/arts

Have a submission for PoetryNJ?
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