Tuesday, July 17, 2018

July 17, 2018 (East End Poets)

Hemingway's Poetry Series
July 17, 2018

Bill O'Driscoll of WESA Interviews Shawn and Sawyer
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Featured Poets
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Standing L-R: Judith Dorian, Jan Hamilton, Mike Schneider & Jimmy Cvetic
Seated L-R: Nola Garrett, Judith Brice, Marc Jampole & Joan Bauer

Judith A Brice's poems have appeared in the Paterson Literary Review, Vox Populi, Versewrights, and elsewhere. Her poem "Mourning Calls" has been set to music by Tony Manfredonia. Her second book of poetry, Overhead from Longing, will be published in 2018. 

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 Judith Dorian, PhD., co-authored Program Notes for the PSO and wrote for several music journals. She’s given talks for the PSO Music 101 series, the PMCS and the Andy Warhol Museum prior to concerts. Judith narrated with chamber ensemble and orchestra at the Bedford Springs Festival Concerts and on the stage of Mellon Institute. In 2013 she published A Tiny Little Door, a collection of children’s poetry. This spring Judith will teach a class under the auspices of the University of Pittsburgh’s Osher program. Her work has appeared in several poetry journals, most recently the online publication VerseWrights.

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Nola Garrett has received a Residency a Yaddo, Scholarships from White River Writers' Workshop, Bread Loaf Writers' Conference, and West Chester Poetry Conference; and is listed on the Mezzo Cammin Women Poets Timeline. Her poems are posted on The Georgia Review's Vault and her blog essays are available online at Autumn House Press coalhillreview.com. She has 2 chapbooks, and 3 books of poems: The Dynamite Maker's Mistress, David Robert Books, 2009; The Pastor's Wife Considers Pinball, Mayapple Press, 2013; LEDGE, Mayapple Press, 2016. Her most recent anthology publications appear in Obsession: Sestinas in the 21st Century, Dartmouth Press, 2014 and Nasty Women Poets, Lost Horse Press, 2017.

Marc Jampole wrote Music from Words (Bellday Books, 2007) and the chapbook, Cubist States of Mind/Not the Cruelest Month (Poet’s Haven Press, 2017). His poetry has appeared in Evansville Review, Mississippi Review, Cortland Review, Recours au Poème, Vallum, Slant, Cutthroat, China Grove and many other journals and anthologies. Over the years, four of his poems have been nominated for the Pushcart Prize. More than 1,800 freelance articles that Marc Jampole has written on various topics have been published in magazines and newspapers.  A former television news reporter and public relations executive, Marc also writes the OpEdge blog, which appears on the websites of three national publications. He is president of the board of directors of the leftist magazine Jewish Currents.

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Mike Schneider has published poems in many literary journals, including New Ohio Review, Notre Dame Review and Poetry. He received the 2012 Editors Award in Poetry from The Florida Review, and won the 2016 Robert Phillips Prize from Texas Review Press, which in 2017 published his chapbook, How Many Faces Do You Have?

Song for America - The featured readings concluded with a musical selection: "Song for America" ("Bad Boyfriend) written by poet Arlene Weiner and performed by Mike Schneider and Jan Hamilton.

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Open Mic

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