Spring Poetry Readings

Sunday, April 3rd I will once again have the honor of being the featured poet at the Priestley Memorial Chapel in Northumberland, Pennsylvania. This time it’s April 3rd, the first Sunday in National Poetry Month. So if you are anywhere in the Central Pennsylvania region that weekend and are up for a 9:30 am poetry…

Join Poetry Under the Paintings from the Comfort of Your Home

You’ve read posts here and watched videos too about this local event I go to every month called “Poetry Under the Paintings.” It’s hosted by Faustina’s Gallery in the gorgeous little Victorian town of Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, where every second Thursday a group of local poetry and art lovers join to celebrate verse read aloud in…

Richard Blanco and Poetry Under the Paintings

Ah, if it were only true that Richard Blanco was joining us at Poetry Under the Paintings, but alas! Such is not to be. But then again, maybe if we asked him. . . Hey, you never know. Anyway, I know that most of my readers here are not members of my local community, but…

Fare Thee Well, Ross Moyer

Ross, I had barely begun to know you. Almost seven months ago you attended the first Poetry Under the Paintings event in Lewisburg and you have faithfully attended ever since, gracing us each month with  your wit, rhyme, sarcasm and that winking smile. You will be missed. The last time you and I talked was…

Poetry Under the Paintings Sampler #1

I know I have promised some upcoming video footage of our readings in Harrisburg last week at the Capitol and the Midtown Scholar, and it is coming, but I’m still sorting through video from our own local poetry event the previous week. And this morning I am off to work again. So while I work…

Poetry Under the Paintings with Annn Keeler Evans

I’ve told you about the little gathering of local poets and poetry enthusiasts that have been meeting on first Thursdays since May. We call it Poetry Under the Paintings, and it’s held at Faustina’s Gallery in Lewisburg. The first one you can read about here, and the June edition, here. The July gathering was every…