PSNH Presents: Poetry to get you through the Dog Days of Summer

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MORE TO COME! MARK YOUR CALENDARS! Schedule is tentative. Contact Jimmy Pappas at jpappas235@gmail.com if you are interested in attending any of the following JULY and AUGUST events brought to you by the Poetry Society of New Hampshire. These will all happen via Zoom — contact Jimmy for the link to attend.

TUESDAY EVENTS:

JULY 21ST, TUESDAY AT 7:00: Erica Bodwell will be discussing how a poem looks on the page.

JULY 28TH, TUESDAY AT 7:00: Paul Hostovsky gives a special presentation about his most recent book Late for the Gratitude Meeting and also his soon to be published new book Deaf and Blind.

AUGUST 4TH, TUESDAY AT 7:00: The Southern Circle Poets come to town led by Mary Lewis Sheehan to share their work.

AUGUST 11TH, TUESDAY AT 7:00: Our highly trained professional team of poets helps the youth poet laureate team workshop their poetry. Young poets will be there looking for advice and writing tips. Join us and help out.

AUGUST 18TH, TUESDAY AT 7:00: The Poets Touchstone poets read and discuss their poems from the latest issue about to be released.

AUGUST 25TH, TUESDAY AT 7:00: PSNH members in a social gathering to tell one story about ourselves that no one knew before. Can be in a story or a poem.

FRIDAY EVENTS:

AUGUST 14TH, FRIDAY AT 7:00: The theme for our monthly Round Robin will be mental illness poems and stories.

AUGUST 21ST, FRIDAY AT 7:00: COVID-19 reading from Hobblebush Books! This date is still not firmly set.

SUNDAY EVENTS:

AUGUST 2ND, SUNDAY AT 1:00: Down Cellar Poets free workshop on How to Write a Triolet. Free for all PSNH members. Moderated by Jimmy again. That guy’s everywhere. Bring in your sample triolets if you have any! Then we critique poems and study where to publish. Bring in something interesting to share!

SEPTEMBER 13TH, SUNDAY AT 1:00: Down Cellar Poets free writing workshop for all members of PSNH. Jimmy shares his list of writing tips. Then we critique and talk about publishing. Bring in something interesting to share!