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Date: Wednesday, May 16, 2018
Time: 7:00 pm to 8:45 pm
Location: Coolidge Museum, Forbes Library in Northampton

Memory & Desire: Poetry of Midlife (The Modern Real and Surreal)
Lesléa Newman, poet, LOVELY
Joy Ladin, poet, Impersonation
Gail Thomas, poet, Odd Mercy

We have just published a new contribution to our WA Journal by Ann Averill.

New flash memoir

We have a new contribution from Siegfried Haug, one of the readers at our April 18 event at Forbes Library.

We have an updated list of those who will be reading at the WriteAngles Journal event tomorrow night: Ann Averill, Joan Axelrod-Contrada, Steve Bernstein, Kevin Cook, Siegfried Haug, Richard Horton, Amy Lapadre, Patricia Lee Lewis, D.K. McCutchen, Peter Murkett, Lisa Papademetriou, and Mohammad Yadegari.

The event will take place at 7 p.m. at Forbes Library in Northampton, Massachusetts.

It is free and open to the public.

Be dazzled!

Contributors of flash fiction and memoir to WriteAngles Journal, an online publication of WriteAngles, Inc., will read their short stories and personal essays on Wednesday, April 18, 2018, 7 p.m., at Forbes Library, 20 West Street, Northampton MA.

“Flash” refers not only to the brevity of the pieces (500 words and under) but also to the “flash” of insight into the human condition each piece provides.

Attendees of the reading will be eligible to submit to the spring edition of WriteAngles Journal. Guidelines will be provided.

The roster of readers – so far – includes Ann Averill, Steve Bernstein, Joan Axelrod-Contrada, Siegfried Haug, Richard Horton, Amy Laprade, Peter Murkett, and Mohammad Yadegari.

Refreshments will be served.

New resource

Marya Zilberberg has recently created a blog dedicated to listing literary events in Northampton and around the Pioneer Valley. She welcomes new listings.

Steve Bernstein, assistant editor of WriteAngles Journal, will be reading from his recently published book Stories from the Stoop on Sunday, January 7th at 4 PM, at Smith College in Seelye Hall, room 106, as part of the Gallery of Readers series.

The book is a memoir of Steve’s adventures growing up in The Bronx in the 1960s during turbulent times both in the street and at home.

 

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