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Coming up this week: April 16-21

Monday April 16 – Writers and Books: sharing of Len Messineo’s  Prose Poetry class, class:    6:30 pm.

Tuesday April 17:  Artist Breakfast Group:  Celebrate National Poetry Month with reading of poetry: 8-9  am; Bausch & Lomb cafeteria, 2nd floor; Corner of Clinton/Court


Saturday April 21:Translation Lunches 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Hosted by Steven Huff
Free and open to the public    Join us at Writers & Books for this new series of readings / discussions of works by a local translator, followed by a light buffet lunch. Jenny Kellogg will discuss her translations of the poetry of George Seferis, how Seferis’ experiences as an Asia Minor Greek have influenced his poetry. And she will discuss the translation process.

Saturday April 21: Memorial Art Gallery:  11:30: tour of collection as follow up to The Madonnas of Leningrad  2:30 Park Avenue Dance: Work in Progress presented at the City Newspaper Cultural Crawl. The dancers will be experimenting with word and motion.

Saturday, April 21, 6pm:  Poets Respond   Geva Theatre Center’s season contains several plays that were inspired by poetry. To celebrate this, Geva and Writers & Books have asked ten local writers to read the works of ten poets mentioned in Superior Donuts, a play by Tracy Letts. The writers will then read a work of their own in response. See the show, enjoy a glass of wine and stay for the reading! At Geva Theatre Center, 75 Woodbury Blvd.


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