November Monthly Poetry Group
Welcome Poets! Join us for an evening of poetry and discussion on Thu evening, Nov 10th at 6:00pm (lasts to 7:00pm). Our featured poet will be Julie Standig and she will be reading from her new poetry of book, The Forsaken Little Black Book. Questions and discussion are always welcome and encouraged. (Please bring a mask.)
About Julie Standig
Julie Standig has studied at the Unterberg Poetry Center, participated in Writer’s Voice and was an active member of a private workshop in NYC run by poet Estha Weiner. A lifetime New Yorker she now resides in Bucks County with her husband Ken and their Springer Spaniel, Dizzi. A proud member of the late and beloved Dr. Chris Bursk’s springtime workshop, she continues to write with many of those talented poets. Julie has been published in Alehouse Press, Arsenic Lobster and Covenant of the Generations, Sadie Girl Press, Schuylkill Journal Review, US1 Poets/Del Val as well as the online journal, Rats Ass Review, and Silver Birch Press. Her first full poetry collection , The Forsaken Little Black Book, published by Kelsay Books was just released. Memsahib Memoir, a chapbook, was released by Plan B Press in 2017. She proudly continues her writing with Bucks County poets. Their inspiration and encouragement help her find the words.
About the Poetry Group
Feel free to invite friends to join us. We are an intimate, informal group that enjoys sharing poetry with others in our surrounding communities. Hope to see you there!
The first half of the monthly meeting is devoted to a reading by a featured poet from the group or by a published poet. The second half hour allows open mike time for group members to share a few poems they've written, or they may choose to read poems written by their favorite poets. In the future, we may include poetry workshops to the group's activities. If you are interested in sharing a collection of poems, please email Lynn at email@example.com .
The poetry group meeting is facilitated by Lynn Fanok who has written a book of poems, Bread and Fumes (Kelsay Books), about her experiences as the daughter of a WWII labor camp survivor, examining her family, memory, and history. Her poetry has appeared in Painted Bride Quarterly, Schuylkill Valley Journal, Red Wolf Press, Tiny Seed Journal, tiny wren lit, and the poetry anthology, Carry Us to the Next Well. Lynn holds degrees in English from The Pennsylvania State University and Arcadia University. Visit lynnfanok.weebly.com .
All are invited and welcome to join us!
When: 2nd Thursday of each month