Friday, June 7, 2013

Event: The Hugely Popular Poetry Reading Series Returns




Saturday, June 22nd at 7 P.M.
at
Brickbat Books

The Hugely Popular Poetry Reading Series
presents


πhole
Megan Gillespie 
Mary Lou Buschi 







πhole is a ukulele band from Washington, DC featuring poets Mel Nichols, Alyse Knorr, Kate Partridge, and others. Mel Nichols is the author of Catalytic Exteriorization Phenomenon (National Poetry Series finalist). Alyse Knorr's new book Annotated Glass is due out next month from Furniture Press. Kate Partridge is the editor of So to Speak and recently received her MFA at George Mason University.



 



Megan Gillespie writes, works, and parents a teenage son.  She is a graduate of the University of Virginia and the Warren Wilson MFA Program for Writers.  Her poetry has appeared in Cimarron Review, The Florida Review, and New Delta Review.








Mary Lou Buschi‘s poems have appeared or are appearing in Anderbo, Willow Springs, The Laurel Review, Cream City Review, RHINO, Pank, Tar River Poetry, Fourway Review, among others. She earned an MFA in Poetry from Warren Wilson College Masters Program for Writers.  Mary Lou is also a mentor for new teachers through the Teaching Resident program at Teacher’s College, Columbia University.  Her chapbook, The Spell of Coming (or Going) was published by Patasola Press (2013).  She is a special education teacher in the Bronx.

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