Watch the PoemCity Readings

Missed a reading, now thanks to ORCA Media you can watch them from the comfort of your own home.

“TIDAL_WAVE” Poetry Reading at the Kellogg-Hubbard Library on April 2.

Miraculum Monstrum with Kathline Carr at Bear Pond Books on April 3.

George Longenecker reading from Star Rout at the T.W. Wood Gallery on April 6.

Two Friends Reading with Pamela Harrison and Carol Westberg at the Kellogg-Hubbard Library on April 7.

Northern New England Poets Laureate: PoemCity Keynote Reading. With Chard deNiord, Alice B. Fogel and Stuart Kestenbaum at Loss Nation Theater on April 7.

Poems in Performance: A Cure for Poemphobia with Geof Hewitt at the Kellogg-Hubbard Library on April 12.

Vermont Poets at VCFA on April 15.

Alison Prine & Bianca Stone at Bear Pond Books on April 17.

Poerty Slam with Geof Hewitt on April 21.

Anything Goes Poetry Slam with Geof Hewitt at Loss Nation Theater on April 25

Daived Hinton reading poetry at the Kellogg-Hubbard Library on April 26.

 

 

 

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Two Friends Poetry Reading

Join us for a reading of poetry with Pamela Harrison and Carol Westberg on Saturday, April 7, at 2:00 p.m. at the Kellogg-Hubbard Library in Montpelier.

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Pamela Harrison

Pamela Harrison is a graduate of Smith College and the Vermont College MFA Program in Writing. Winner of the 2002 PEN Northern New England Discovery Poet Award, she was invited to read her poems at the Library of Congress in 2003. She is the author of six poetry collections. Harrison will be reading from Glory Bush and Green Banana, published in 2017.

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Carol Westberg

Carol Westberg is a poet, teacher, and editor. Her second book, Terra Infirma, was a finalist for the 2014 Tampa Review Prize for Poetry and Slipstream was a finalist for the 2011 New Hampshire Literary Award for Outstanding Book of Poetry. Carol has published poems in Prairie Schooner, Hunger Mountain, Salamander, CALYX, North American Review, and other journals. Westberg received a MA in Poetry from Vermont College.

 

2 pm | Kellogg-Hubbard Library, 135 Main Street