Moonstone Poetry @ Fergie’s Pub

Moonstone Poetry @ Fergie’s Pub

1214 Sansom Street

Wed. November 20, 7pm

Nathalie Anderson must have a very large shelf in her house for all of her awards. To name a few: the Pew Arts Award, the Washington Prize from The Word Works, the McGovern Prize from Ashland Poetry Press, the Academy of American Poets Awards … the list goes on. When she isn’t racking up awards for her poetry, she serves as Poet in Residence at the Rosenbach Museum and Library, and teaches at Swarthmore College , where she is a professor in the Department of English Literature and directs the Program in Creative Writing. In her spare time, she runs one of the area’s best poetry list servs in the area

Kyle Laws’ poems, stories, and essays, with four nominations for a Pushcart Prize, have appeared in magazines for thirty years. Collections include My Visions Are As Real As Your Movies, Joan of Arc Says to Rudolph Valentino; George Sand’s Haiti; Storm Inside the Walls; Going into Exile; Tango; and Apricot Wounds Straddling the Sky.  She edited two volumes for the Pueblo Poetry Project–From the Garret on Grand: On Miss Lonelyhearts and the Virgin of Guadalupe and Midnight Train to Dodge.  She currently is editor of Casa de Cinco Hermanas Press.  Open Reading Follows – Dave Worrell Host

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