Moonstone Poetry Series Presents Mentor and Mentored
An intergenerational poetry series that presents both the mentor and the mentored: how does poetry travel from generation to generation, what are the themes, the sounds, what changes and what stays the same. Filmed with a live audience at the PhillyCAM Studio, the program will be edited and broadcast.
Moonstone Poetry @ PhillyCAM Studios
699 Ranstead Street
Tuesday March 11, 2014, 7pm
J.T. Barbarese with Nissa Lee & Laura Bernstein
J.T. Barbarese has published five books of poems, his most recent, Sweet Spot (Northwestern University Press, 2012). His poems and translations have appeared in The Atlantic Monthly, Boulevard, Poetry, The New Yorker and The Times Literary Supplement, and his literary journalism in Tri-Quarterly, boundary 2, The Sewanee Review, Studies in English Literature, and The Journal of Modern Literature. Since 2008 he has been the editor of StoryQuarterly
Nissa Lee’s poetry has appeared in Mason’s Road, The Raleigh Review, Cleaver Magazine, Requited, Wicked Alice, and Philadelphia Stories with an honorable mention for the Sandy Crimmins Prize. She was also named a finalist for the The Normal School‘s 2013 Normal Prize in poetry. She teaches at Rutgers University – Camden and Rowan University
Laura Bernstein is an MFA candidate at Rutgers University, Camden. Her work has been featured or is forthcoming in Passages North, Spry Literary Journal, and The Quotable, among others. She lives in Bucks County, PA with her husband and daughter.