It is time to get "The Last Word" at Monet’s Garden café
Friday, February 29 (leap day!).
Monet’s Garden café in the Red Brick building
95 Rantoul Street, Beverly, MA
There will be four excellent readers followed by an open mic.
This Friday's readers:
-Bill Coyle's poems and translations have appeared in the Hudson Review, The New Criterion, the New Republic, and Poetry, PN Review, Ars Interpres and in the anthology The Other Side of Landscape; his book The God of This World to His Prophet, won the New Criterion Prize in 2006; as well, he teaches at Salem State College.
-January Gill O'Neil's work has appeared or is forthcoming in Crab Orchard Review, Literary Mama, Field, Callaloo, Seattle Review, Stuff Magazine, and Cave Canem anthologies II and IV; her first poetry book, Underlife, will be published by CavanKerry Press in October 2009. She is a senior writer/editor at Babson College.
-Laurette Viteritti is a writer, artist, and teacher from Beverly, Massachusetts. She has published chapters from her novel in progress, Letters from Utah in the literary magazine Upstreet and was awarded a semifinalist nomination from the Boston Fiction Festival in 2006; her work has been broadcasted over radio in San Francisco and the Berkshires and has been featured in the Boston Globe. She has published a novel, The Jewel of the Lotus Flower with Writer’s Club Press and has an MFA in Writing from Vermont College.
-Deborah Warren's poems have appeared in The Hudson Review, The New Yorker, The Paris Review, and Poetry; her books of poetry include The Size of Happiness and Zero Meridian, which received the 2003 New Criterion Poetry Prize.
Note: dinner is served before 8pm with a nice selection of homemade soups and entrees, as well as dessert items and excellent coffee. Also, the cost for the audience is $5 per