Poems for All Seasons
Lorna Knowles Blake "celebrates the charm and grace that belong to domestic life, the world in which love has built its house" --Louis McKee, Painted Bride Arts Center
Charles Martin "A poet of masterly command... he can captivate us with a sustained narrative, or dazzle us with a wicked epigram" --Poet X.J. Kennedy
Linda McCarriston "poems...suffused with healing " --Bill Moyers, NOW on PBS
Sunday Best Reading Series
Spoken-word performances by fiction writers, poets, and dramatists
The Lounge, Hudson View Gardens
Pinehurst Avenue and 183rd Street
September 7th at 4:00 p.m.
Suggested donation of $7 includes one free drink and free snacks
Reception after to meet the writers
Our bookseller is MOBILE LIBRIS (Sharon Preiss, Proprietor)
Thanks to the residents of Hudson View Gardens for the use of their community room for this public event.
By subway from downtown: Take the A train to 181st Street. Be at the front of the train. Exit the uptown (north) end of station; take the elevator to Fort Washington Avenue. Cross the little park you'll see (Bennett Park), bearing left around the great circle. When you've crossed the park, you'll be on Pinehurst Avenue. Look left. You’ll see 183rd Street, which continues into Hudson View Gardens as a private road. To your right, about 100 feet in, you’ll see “The Lounge.”