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Sean Lynch “Broad Street Line”

“Sean Lynch cuts a line through Philly, a line from way back, from just underground, ‘like nothing happened,’ a line from Ether­ idge Knight to right now, your tired desire, which is political. This line is both afterword and preface

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Moonstone Poetry @ Fergie’s

Rocky Wilson author of The Last Bus to Camden (15.00, The Moonstone Press) “Rocky Wilson’s the real thing: not another rubber stamped MFA poet but a writer whose work begins from feeling & builds its case for what is felt

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The Last Bus to Camden

Rocky Wilson author of  The Last Bus to Camden “Rocky Wilson’s the real thing: not another rubber stamped MFA poet but a writer whose work begins from feeling & builds its case for what is felt in sure, solid lines…”

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A Roomful of Truth: A Tribute to Lamont B. Steptoe

Moonstone’s Latest Publication A Roomful of Truth: A Tribute to Lamont B. Steptoe   “The Moonstone Arts Center hosted a celebration and reception for Philadelphia poet, photographer, and publisher Lamont B. Steptoe entitled A Roomful of Truth: A Tribute to

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Myth & Mystery by Greg Francis

Myth & Mystery   A resident of Southeastern Pennsylvania since 1976, Greg Francis has served his community as a classroom teacher, courtroom lawyer, and congressional aide. Listed in both the Internet Speculative Fiction Database and the Locus Index to Science

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Madison Hatta’s Book of Unreasonable Poems

Madison Hatta, Sonneteer, delights in writing and reciting original, whimsical sonnets about madness, Time, career & family dysfunction and the importance of drinking tea. Madison has appeared at NYC’s Boundless Tales Poetry Reading Series, Cornelia Street Café & La MaMa

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25 Short Poems by Jim Cory

Jim Cory is a poet and a fiction writer interested in history, ornithology and architecture. He has reviewed books, written essays for various publications, authored eight books or chapbooks of poetry (most recently No Brainer Variations, 2011, from Rain Mountain

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Color Schemes By Jeffrey E. Lee

Color Schemes   One of Moonstone’s 2015 Chapbook Contest Honorable Mentions. His first novel is forthcoming from White Pine Press in 2016. His dramatic poetry book, identity papers (Ghost Road Press, 2006), was a 2006 Colorado Book Award finalist. His towards

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19th Annual Poetry Ink(2015)

19th Annual Poetry Ink: 100 Poets Reading- Sunday, April 26 2015 @ Noon Please Note Date Change Brandywine Workshop, 728 S. Broad St. Academic Poets, Famous Poets, Free Form Poets, Street Poets, Unknown Poets, Spoken Word Poets, Published Poets, Unpublished

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Speed Limit 225

Wednesday December 3, 7pm – Moonstone Poetry @ Fergie’s Pub (1214 Sansom Street) Ivan Taub and notable Philadelphia actors: Mark Knight, Gina Martino, and Ethan Lipkin, will read poems from the collection Speed Limit 225 ($14.95 Moonstone), and if the

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