October 20, 2012

BRETT RUTHERFORD 10/27 /Classic Quiche Cafe!






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From: Denise Laneve <njlspoetry@yahoo.com>
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Subject: This coming Sat Oct. 27 at 8 PM:Distinguished poet BRETT RUTHERFORD featured /Classic Quiche Cafe!

        THE NORTH JERSEY LITERARY SERIES
 presents an  All Hallows Evening
with distinguished American poet
Brett Rutherford
plus Open Mic and special guests
 
Saturday, October 27, 2012  (8 PM)  at  
The Classic Quiche CafĂ©  in Teaneck, NJ
330 Queen Anne Road phone 201 692-0150  http://www.classicquiche.com/
 
The North Jersey Literary Series is held in the Special Events Dining Room, a unique space with sound qualities unrivaled by any other location. Come early and enjoy a relaxing meal – the CQC quiches are famous, and there are also other wonderful entrees, as well as coffees, teas, & desserts.   

7:00 – 8:00 PM          Come early / enjoy a relaxing meal
8:00 PM                     First set
8:40                           short break
8:45 PM                     Open mike
9:30 PM                     Second set
10:00                         Reception and book signing
 
Brett Rutherford is a noted American poet, as well as novelist, playwright and publisher.  He has lived in Weehawken NJ, New York City, and Providence, RI (his current home). In 1971, he founded The Poet's Press to promote the work of lesser-known but deserving poets. The press is active in print and on-line and has more than 300 publications to date (http://www.poetspress.org/ ). Brett's newest collection of poetry is the highly acclaimed An Expectation of Presences (2012). Other recent books include the 20th anniversary edition of Poems from Providence (2011) and the new edition of Anniversarius: The Book of Autumn (2011). Brett has published 12 other collections and chapbooks of poetry, among them Things Seen in Graveyards (2007), Twilight of the Dictators (1992, 2009), The Gods As They Are, On their Planets (2005), and Whippoorwill Road: The Supernatural Poems (1998, 2005). He has also recently prepared annotated editions of Matthew Gregory Lewis's Tales of Wonder, the poetry of Charles Hamilton Sorley, A.T. Fitzroy's antiwar novel Despised and Rejected, and the first volume of the collected writings of American poet Emilie Glen. His play Night Gaunts about horror writer H.P. Lovecraft was staged in Heidelberg, Germany in 2006, and also broadcast as a radio drama in Boston. His verse play, Carlota, Empress of Mexico, was given a staged reading by The Writers' Circle of Providence in the summer of 2007. He designs distance learning curricula and teaches literature in the Women's Studies Department at the University of Rhode Island in Providence. There, he has created courses on "The Diva," "Women in Science Fiction," and "Radical American Women," among others. Brett's interests include classical music and opera; Chinese art, history and literature; bicycling, graveyards, woods, horror films, intellectual history, and crimes against nature.
Go to http://www.poetspress.org/About_BR.htm for Brett's full biography.  
For his published works, and the published works of other poets, go to http://www.poetspress.org/   
 
 
Paul Nash and Denise La Neve host the NJLS, now in its thirteenth year.
 For directions or other information, email njlspoetry@yahoo.com

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