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Moonstone Poetry @ Fergie’s Pub

Donna Wolf-Palacio is author of What I Don’t Know and The Other Side, taught a poetry workshop at University of the Arts and was editor/consultant of the UARTS Poetry Review. She has published in Poetry, The Pennsylvania Gazette, Voices, Intro,

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Moonstone Poetry @ Fergie’s Pub

Elliott batTzedek holds an MFA in Poetry and Poetry in Translation from Drew University; her translation of Dance of the Lunatic by the Israeli lesbian writer Shez won the Robert Bly Translation prize, judged by Martha Collins. She is also

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Whirlwind 10th Issue Launch Party

We will be celebrating the work of local and international poets who bear witness to issues of social justice. This winter issue release will showcase a marathon reading of six featured poets, including Vernita Hall, Ryan Eckes, Savannah Cooper-Ramsey, Sandra

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Moonstone Poetry @ Fergie’s Pub

A brand new salon- poetry, fiction, drama, spoken word, song musical performance, open mic, all welcome, diverse synergies- anything and everything goes. Getting political and progressive in the Age of Trump is welcomed, but not required. While the performances begin at

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21st Annual Poetry Ink

100 Poets Reading Sunday, April 30, 2017 12 noon WE WANT YOU ALL: Academic Poets, Famous Poets, Free Form Poets, Street Poets, Unknown Poets, Spoken Word Poets, Published Poets, Unpublished Poets, and more   Poetry Ink is an open, festive,

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Moonstone Poetry @ PhillyCAM

Kao Kue is a Hmong American storyteller and poet who credits her strength and passion for words and community building to her ancestors and foremothers.       Michelle Myers is a spoken word poet, community activist, and educator.  She

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Moonstone Poetry @ Fergie’s Pub

Jim Cory writes stories as well as poems and his work has appeared in many venues over the course of the last 35 years.  He has published seven chapbooks of poems and been a recipient of fellowships from the Pennsylvania

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Moonstone Poetry @ Fergie’s Pub

Jeffrey Ethan Lee’s award-winning books of poetry include identity papers, invisible sister, The Sylf, and Towards Euphoria. Lee teaches writing courses at Muhlenberg College, Drexel University, and the Community College of Philadelphia. Since 2007, he has directed the Many Mountains Moving Press.   Charles O’Hay

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2016 Chapbook Contest Winners

The Moonstone 2016 Chapbook Contest Winner Vernita Hall “In a broad display of approaches in craft, the poet visits the history of Philadelphia in a manner reminiscent of steampunk aesthetics. Jules Verne meets W.E.B. DuBois in a time traveling romp

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Moonstone Poetry @ Fergie’s Pub

Nicole Rollender is the author of the poetry collection, Louder Than Everything You Love and the poetry chapbooks Arrangement of Desire , Absence of Stars, Ghost Tongue, and Bone of My Bone, a winning manuscript in Blood Pudding Press’s 2015 Chapbook Contest. Her work has appeared

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