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Free Poetry Reading Tonight at the Little Theatre Cafe: Josephine Clare and Steve Lewandowski

Sorry for the last-minute notice. I just found out about this:
 
Josephine Clare and Steve Lewandowski are reading tonight, 8-9 pm, at the Little Theatre Cafe, 240 East Avenue, Rochester, in the Authors Aloud series hosted by W&B’s Steve Huff. It’s free.
 
Josephine Clare is a distinguished poet and translator living in Geneva, NY. Many of you know Steve Lewandowski, one of our poetic luminaries. Bios are below.
 
So if you need a break from election coverage, come on down to the Little!
 
 John
 
 Josephine Clare grew up in Germany under the Nazis and during WWII. Moved to Vienna, Austria in the fifties and then to London, England. She married and had children there. She came with her family to the US (Iowa City) in 1970 and moved to the Finger Lakes a few years later. In Vienna she became a member of the Austrian Actors’ Guild. In London she did translation work for BBC Radio, and Overseas Literature Programs. In the US she taught at Finger Lakes Community College, Hobart & William Smith Colleges, Syracuse University, Goddard College ( Adult Education Program), and the Ontario County Jail. Her publications include: Deutschland; Deutschland & Other Places; and Mammatocululus, Twelve. With Anselm Hollo she translated into German William Carlos Williams’ Patterson; Allen Ginsberg’s Kaddish; and Gregory Corso’s In the Fleeting hand of Time.
 
Steve Lewandowski is a resident of the Finger Lakes. He supports himself through environmental, especially watershed, consulting. He has published widely in magazines and anthologies as well as ten small books, the last of which is O Lucky One from Foothills Publishing.
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