July 21: How Does the Poem Look on the Page? Reading & Discussion with Erica Bodwell

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Poetry  Society  of  New  Hampshire Meet  Your  PSNH  Members

July 21st at 7 pm via Zoom 

     How Does The Poem Look on the Page?

Reading and Discussion

with Erica Bodwell, Winner of the 2018 Two Sylvias Press Wilder Prize

 

            If you like, bring a poem to share (your own or another’s),

chosen for how it looks on the page.

If you have a poem you want to screen share because of how it looks on the page, please contact Jimmy Pappas at jpappas235@gmail.com to let him know. Please also contact Jimmy if you need help with Zoom, or if you are a non-PSNH member interested in participating. (Zoom link was sent to current PSNH members via email)

Erica Sofer Bodwell is a poet, attorney, and visual artist. She is the author of the chapbook Up Liberty Street, and her work appears in many journals including Beloit, PANK, Apiary, and HEART. She is the mother of two grown sons, and lives with her husband and two dogs in Concord, New Hampshire. In addition to her day job as a healthcare lawyer, she raised more than a million dollars for civil legal aid in New Hampshire, which overwhelmingly serves the needs of women and children. This is her first full-length collection. Her website is www.ericasoferbodwell.com.