OCTOBER 13TH, TUESDAY AT 7:00 PM:Baron Wormser leads a discussion on “Intersection: Poems of History.” He will be reading with audience participation on his poems that address historical situations. (Open to the public)
OCTOBER 9TH, FRIDAY AT 7:00 PM: Our monthly Round Robin for PSNH members. Our theme for this month is Fantasy or Horror. Bring in your poems and stories or favorites by other authors. Musicians are also welcome at our monthly Round Robin. (PSNH members only) Contact Jimmy Pappas at email@example.com if you have any questions or would like to attend.
OCTOBER 3RD, SATURDAY AT 1:00 PM: Sydney Lea, former Vermont State Poet Laureate and author of 13 books of poetry, conducts an interactive reading with the audience. He has been published in The New Yorker and The Atlantic. He was one of three finalists for the 2001 Pulitzer Prize for poetry. (Open to the public)
OCTOBER 4TH, SUNDAY AT 1:00 PM: DOWN CELLAR POETS present a discussion of how to use Submittable and where to submit poems for publication. Bring poetry you are ready to submit! (PSNH members only)
OCTOBER 6TH, TUESDAY AT 7:00 PM: Kyle Potvin – Theme: The Resilience and Craft of Illness Inspired poetry and stories. OPEN MIC! Bring in poems and stories on this theme of your own or by other authors. (Open to the public)
SEPTEMBER 29TH, TUESDAY AT 7:00 PM: Meg Kearney presents a discussion of heroic crowns. Her new book The Ice Storm (Green Linden Press) is an example of that form. Wonderful poet so you don’t want to miss this event. (Open to the Public) Contact Jimmy Pappas at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions or would like to attend.
SEPTEMBER 22ND, TUESDAY AT 7:00 PM: Erica Bodwell presents a workshop on the theme question: Is Your Poem Telling the Truth? Discussion about how truth is defined and used in poetry. (Open to the public) If you have questions or would like to attend, contact Jimmy Pappas at email@example.com.