Come hear me read at Monet’s Garden this Thursday!
The Last Word
Monets Garden Art Cafe
95 Rantoul Street
Beverly, MA 01915
March 27 @7:30 Tickets $5
The Monet’s Garden Writer’s Forum, The Last Word, takes place monthly at Monet’s Garden on Rantoul Street in Beverly. The Forum begins at 8 pm; dinner is served beforehand for interested patrons with a nice spread of homemade soups, entrees, desserts, and coffees. The cost for the audience is $5.00 per person; tickets can be purchased at the café before the event.
This week’s readers:
Priscilla Anne Tennant Herrington is a member of Ipswich Poetry Group and co-founder, Connecticut women’s poetry workshop Artemis Rising.
Dawn Paul’s work has appeared in Seal Press anthologies The Sun Magazine, 14 Hills and The Redwood Coast Review, Blithe House Quarterly, Hiss Quarterly and Storyglossia.
Kevin Carey’s recent publications include Anthology of New England Crime Writers, Paterson Literary Review, Comstock Review, Lips, The Literary Review, and The White Pelican Review where his poem, "Shredding me," was nominated for a pushcart prize.
January Gill O’Neil’s first collection of poems, titled Underlife, will be published by CavanKerry Press in October 2009.
Laurette Viteritti 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.