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Rosemary Cappello & Hanoch Guy

Rosemary Cappello’s poetry runs the gamut from imagist and haiku to narrative and prose poems, from nature, music, and art to the human experiences. Her poems have appeared in Iconoclast, Bloc Notes, Avanti Popolo, Poets and Prophets Selected Poems, The

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Leonard Gontarek

 Leonard Gontarek is the author of six books of poems, including, Take Your Hand Out of My Pocket, Shiva, and He Looked Beyond My Faults and Saw My Needs. His poems have appeared in American Poetry Review, Poet Lore, Verse, Blackbird,

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Who Do You Love? Anne Sexton

Anne Sexton (November 9, 1928 – October 4, 1974) Erica Jong, reviewing The Death Notebooks “She is an important poet not only because of her courage in dealing with previously forbidden subjects, but because she can make the language sing.

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Henry Israeli & Wayne Miller

Henry Israeli’s poetry collections include god’s breath hovering across  the waters, New Messiahs, and Praying to the Black Cat and he is the translator of three books by Albanian poet Luljeta Lleshanaku. His poetry and translations have appeared in American

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Moonstone Poetry @Fergie’s Pub

Susan Charkes is poet laureate of that tiny multiverse off to your left. Having aged out of the emerging poet cohort she is now looking forward to being excavated from the ruins of a former colony. Her poetry has been

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Moonstone Poetry @Fergie’s Pub

Dilruba Ahmed’s debut book, Dhaka Dust, won the Bakeless Prize awarded by the Bread Loaf Writers Conference.  Her poems have appeared in Alaska Quarterly Review, American Poetry Review, and Poetry (etc.)  and been anthologized in Literature: The Human Experience, Indivisible:

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Moonstone @Fergie’s Pub

Peter Baroth, writer, artist, and musician, is a graduate of   Washington University and Temple Law School. His novel is Long Green (iUniverse) and his book of poetry, Lost Autographs (Moonstone Press). He has been published in Philadelphia Poets, Mad Poets

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Moonstone @ Fergie’s Pub

  Lester Mobley was born and raised on Long Island, New York, not far from the birth place of Walt Whitman. He lived most his life in Philadelphia where he resides in Center City, just over a bridge not far

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Moonstone @Fergie’s Pub

Faith Paulsen’s work has appeared in a variety of journals and collections including Apiary, Blast Furnace, Cahoodaloodaling, Front Porch Review, Literary Mama, MOON, Musehouse Journal, Mused, Stoneboat, When Women Waken, Wild River Review.  Her first chapbook “A Color Called Harvest”

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Moonstone @ Toast

Leonard Gontarek is the author of six books of poems, including, He Looked Beyond My Faults and Saw My Needs (2013), and Take Your Hand Out of MyPocket, Shiva (2016), both published by Hanging Loose Press. His poems have appeared

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