Friday, May 02, 2008

 

Reading tonight in Brooklyn






My first New York reading for the book, Whiskey in the Garden of Eden, May 2. With two other fabulous poets. Hope to see you there!

love,
Sarah
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Poetry at PS29 Literary Series May 2: Edwin Frank, Susan Kaplan, Sarah Browning

Poets Edwin Frank, Susan Kaplan, and Sarah Browning will read from their work on May 2 at 7:00 P.M., the last evening of the 2008 PS 29 Literary Salon reading series in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn, one of New York’s hottest literary neighborhoods. The events showcase fiction, non-fiction, and poetry by new and established authors from Brooklyn and beyond. The $5 admission includes babysitting and refreshments. Discussion and booksales by local book seller, Bookcourt, follow.

Edwin Frank is the author of two chapbooks, Stack and The Further Adventures of Pinocchio, and his work has been published in Agni, Bomb, Epiphany, The New York Review of Books, and Threepenny Review. He is the editor of the New York Review Books Classic series.

Susan Kaplan is an award-winning poet and an attorney. Her work has appeared in Poetry, Pegasus, Boulevard, Another Chicago Magazine, and The New Orleans Review, among others. She has won awards from the American Academy of Poets and the Poetry Society of America.

Sarah Browning is the director of Split This Rock Poetry Festival: Poems of Provocation and Witness. She’s the author of Whiskey in the Garden of Eden, and coeditor of D.C. Poets Against the War: An Anthology. A recipient of an artist fellowship from the D.C. Commission on the Arts & Humanities and a Creative Communities Initiative grant, Browning hosts the Sunday Kind of Love poetry series in Washington, D.C.

PS 29 is at 425 Henry Street, Brooklyn, NY. (Between Baltic and Kane Streets); F train to Bergen Street. Exit at Smith, walk three blocks West to Henry. Left to Baltic.
Editors contact Julia Lichtblau, 917-547-4721 jlichtblau@aol.com

Comments:
Please convey my greetings to Susan Kaplan. I haven't seen her in years, but we did know each other back in Philadelphia in the late 70s/early 80s. (Leonard Kress) I would love to hear from her!
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