Loud and Proud
Join the Village Playwrights at 8 pm on June 28 to celebrate Gay Pride in a thought provoking way with staged readings of seven jury chosen 10 minute plays by some of New York’s most interesting playwrights at the LGBT Community Center, 208 W. 13th St., NYC. Seating is limited and reservations are recommended. $5 donation requested. Please email email@example.com or call 614-285-2515 to reserve seats.
Here’s one you won’t want to miss:
“Naked” by Mike Poblete — After having great sex, two men get naked.
Born in Brooklyn, Mike Poblete has had six full length plays and numerous one acts performed in six countries, two of which have been published. He has a Playwriting MFA from Trinity College Dublin and works as Director of Script Development at The Foxboro Company, a Broadway, film and television production office. www.mikepoblete.com
Wednesday morning from 9:30- 12:30, writers of every description — novelists, poets, memoir writers, essayists, journalists and more gather for companionable writing time. The Writing Room has been open for seven years.
Bloomsday is a commemoration of the life of the Irish writer, James Joyce. It’s celebrated on June 16, the day on which Ulysses is set. I will facilitate the Writing Room on Wednesday June 14. Since Bloomsday is just two days following, I will provide you with prompts based on James Joyce quotes.
I look forward to writing with you.
Reading and Book Party
Journey into Space. Ina Anderson
Saturday, May 20, 2017, 3 p.m.
120 Pulpit Hill Road, North Amherst
(Pioneer Valley Cohousing Common House)
From her origins in England through a life well lived in Vermont, poet Ina Anderson will transport her audience through universal experiences of childhood, love and loss in a reading from her new collection Journey into Space. Maine poet laureate Baron Wormser has written of Journey into Space, “Ina Anderson’s poems show us scenes from a fully lived and deeply appreciated life. The poems hail from that legendary land called The Past, each poem brimming with convincing details and nuances of feeling. Her British origins feel at once far away and familiar, for the terrain her poems traverse is thoroughly human—the stuff of tales told by the eternal hearth.”
The reading is free and open to the public.
Please join us!!
The Pioneer Valley Cohousing Writing Group and
Quabbin Writers’ Salon
More information available at: antrimhousebooks.com/anderson-ina.html
contact: Kathryn Holzman, firstname.lastname@example.org