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Writers & Books, Genesee Reading Series, November 12

GENESEE READING SERIES
Tuesday, November 12, 2013
Writers and Books
740 University Avenue
Rochester, NY 14607
7:30 pm, $3 members; $6 public

*** Come at 7PM to share light refreshments and socialize before the program ***
Two dynamic young poets from Buffalo, Josh Smith and
Angela Veronica Wong, present our program for November. Come
experience the future of poetry with us !

 

Angela Veronica Wong is the author of the full-length poetry collection how to survive a hotel fire (Coconut Books 

2012). Her chapbooks include Johnny, In Your Last Letter, which was chosen by Bob Hicok as a 2011 Poetry Society of 

America New York Fellowship Winner.She was interviewed by Poets and Writers, Jan/Feb 2013, as one of their 

12 Debut Poets. She is on the internet at http://www.angelaveronicawong.com

Josh Smith is known as the Rockstar in his hometown of Buffalo, covering magazines such as Artvoice, capturing

three Best of Buffalo awards.In Toronto, he is the newest host of Canada’s longest-running poetry series, published 

by Chrysalis Zine and Rampike. In Rochester, he’s been heard at Pure Kona, Just Poets, and Rochester Poets readings. 

The Montreal Gazette branded him “The Buffalo-born Badass.” In 2012, Ploughshares published his work, and in 2013 

he began pursuit of a degree from Harvard Extension School. His website is JoshSmithPoetry.com

 

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