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Moonstone Poetry @ Toast Cafe

Mike Cohen hosts Poetry Aloud and Alive at Philadelphia’s Big Blue Marble Book Store. His articles on sculpture appear in the Schuylkill Valley Journal in which he is a contributing editor. His wry writing has appeared in the Mad Poets

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Moonstone Poetry @ Fergie’s Pub

Angelo Colavita is author of Heroines. He hosts Oxford Coma, a nihilist poetry reading series and his work has appeared in Apiary Magazine, The Philadelphia Citizen, Mad House, Rolling Thunder Quarterly, Be About It Zine, and elsewhere.    D. Ted

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Moonstone Poetry @ Toast Cafe

Shevaun Brannigan is a graduate of the Bennington Writing Seminars, as well as The Jiménez-Porter Writers’ House at The University of Maryland. Her poems have appeared in such journals as Best New Poets, Rhino, Redivider, and Crab Orchard Review.   

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Moonstone Poetry @ Fergie’s Pub

Poet Liz Abrams-Morley practices a saving art. She follows reverberations of unassuming but powerful words and objects. She’s even attentive to what’s unsaid.         Mary Ann Miller is an artist and poet. Her work is in special

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Moonstone Poetry @ Fergie’s Pub

R.G. Evans’ books include The Holy Both, The Noise of Wings, and Overtipping and Ferryman. Poems, fiction, and nonfiction have appeared in Rattle, Philadelphia Stories, and Weird Tales among other publications. Website: www.rgevanswriter.com   Alison Hicks is the author of You Who Took

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Moonstone Poetry @ Toast Cafe

J. Scott Brownlee is the author of Requiem for Used Ignition Cap, winner of the 2015 Orison Poetry Prize, 2016 Bob Bush Memorial Award for Best First Book of Poetry from the Texas Institute of Letters, and a finalist for the Writers’

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Moonstone Poetry @ Fergie’s Pub

James Feichthaler‘s poetry has appeared in numerous print and online journals in both the US and the UK. His poems are truthful odea to his imaginations, which he calls “the lunatic disciple of his existance.” The self-proclaimed “forrealist poet” is

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The Poetry of Places in Philly

Sabastian Aqudelo invites Whitman and Auden behind the scenes, into the aspiration, struggle and resignation behind the swinging doors. To the Bone is an unexpected, bracing debut.” (Mark Doty)     Lynn Hoffman used his degree in cultural anthropology to

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Moonstone GOLD Presents: Gerald Stern and Anne Marie Macari

Gerald Stern has been called an “American original,” “a sometimes comic, sometimes tragic visionary.” Over dozens of books, and decades of teaching and activism, Stern has emerged as one of America’s most celebrated and irascible poets. Stern’s poetry frequently references

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Moonstone Poetry @ Fergie’s Pub

Faye Chevalier is the nonfiction editor of APIARY Magazine. Her poems have appeared in places like Bedfellows, The Horse-Less Review, and elsewhere. Find her on Twitter @bratcore.     Sean Hanrahan is a poet originally hailing from Dale City, Virginia. He has

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