IAWA’s Open Reading Series Featuring Marisa Labozzetta & Tim Tomlinson–Saturday, March 11, 2017

26th Anniversary Readings & Special Events

The Italian American Writers Association is celebrating its 25th Anniversary. Since 1991, IAWA has given voice to writers through its literary series every 2nd Saturday of the month. Readings begin with an Open Mic: IAWA-East is held even months at Sidewalk Café and IAWA-West continues at Cornelia Street Café on odd months. Visit and join us at iawa.net

IAWA Features Authors Marisa Labozzetta and Tim Tomlinson of New York Writers Workshop

WHERE: @ Cornelia St. Café @ 29 Cornelia St. off Bleecker

WHEN:  Saturday, March 11, 2017 @ 5:45 – 7:45 pm

WHO: Marisa Labozzetta is the author of the novels, Sometimes It Snows in America and Stay With Me, Lella; the collection of short stories, At the Copa; and her latest collection of linked stories, Thieves Never Steal in the Rain. She is a two-time Eric Hoffer Award winner, a John Gardner Fiction Book Award Finalist, and a Pushcart Prize nominee. A Brooklyn native, she lives in Northampton, Massachusetts.

Tim Tomlinson is a co-founder of New York Writers Workshop, and co-author of its popular text, The Portable MFA in Creative Writing. He is also the author of Yolanda: An Oral History in Verse, a chapbook, and the poetry collection, Requiem for the Tree Fort I Set on Fire. A collection of short fiction, This is Not Happening to You, will appear in September 2017.

 

COVER$10 includes complimentary drink.

CONTACT: www.corneliastreetcafe.com; or 212-989-9319.

DIRECTIONS:  A, B, C, D, E, F, and M to West 4th St. or 1 to Christopher St.-Sheridan Sq.

IAWA: iawa.net IAWA Newsletter: newsletter@iawa.net

BLOG: italian american writers café @i-italy.org

Facebook: www.facebook.com/italianamericanwritersassociation

Next IAWA Events & Readings

APRIL 8Stephen Massimilla and Judith Vollmer;

Marisa Frasca, hosting @Sidewalk Cafe

MAY 13: Mark Chiusano and Paul Salisini @ Cornelia St. Café

JUNE 10: Olivia Kate Cerrone and Nino Provenzano/bilingual;

Jessica Femiani, hosting @ Sidewalk Café

JULY: No Reading

AUGUST: No Reading

SEPTEMBER 9: Jessica Femiani and Playwright

Elizabeth Primamore @ Cornelia St. Cafe

OCTOBER 14: Poet Maria Mazziotti Gillan and Novelist Camilla Trinchieri @ Sidewalk Cafe

NOVEMBER 11: TBA @ Cornelia St. Cafe

DECEMBER 9: Emerging Voices 3rd Edition @ Sidewalk Cafe

Our Mission

IAWA promotes Italian American literature by encouraging the writing, reading, publication, distribution, translation, and study of writing by Italian American authors.

IAWA’s Open Reading Series Featuring Joel Allegretti & Annie Lanzillotto–February 11, 2017

The Italian American Writers Association is celebrating its 26th Anniversary. Since 1991, IAWA has given voice to writers through its literary series every 2nd Saturday of the month. Readings begin with an Open Mic: IAWA-East is held even months at Sidewalk Café and IAWA-West continues at Cornelia Street Café on odd months. Visit and join us at iawa.net

IAWA: Features Prolific Authors and Performance Artist:

Joel Allegretti and Annie Lanzillotto

WHERE: Sidewalk Café, 94 Avenue A (6th Street) East Village, NYC 10009

WHEN: Saturday, February 11, 2017 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

WHO: Joel Allegretti is the author of five collections of poetry and a novella, Our Dolphin (Thrice Publishing, 2016). His sixth collection, Platypus, is forthcoming from NYQ Books. He is the editor of Rabbit Ears: TV Poems (NYQ Books, 2015), an anthology The Boston Globe called, “a smart exploration of the many, many meanings of TV.” Rain Taxi wrote, “With its diversity of content and poetic form, Rabbit Ears feels more rich and eclectic than any other poetry anthology on the market.”

Annie Rachele Lanzillotto’s memoir, ‘L’ is for Lion (SUNY Press), was a finalist for the Lambda Literary Award.  Her debut poetry collection is titled Schistsong (Bordighera Press, 2015).  Lanzillotto narrated both audiobooks, which are available on Audible.com.  Listen to her new blues album, Swampjuice.

Hosting: Bob Agnoli, IAWA Board Member and author of Edge.

COVER: $8 includes beverage.

CONTACT: www.sidewalkny.com; 212-473-7373.

DIRECTIONS: By Subway, F to Second Avenue or #6 to Astor Place

IAWA: iawa.net; newsletter@iawa.net

BLOG: italian american writers café @i-italy.org

FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/italianamericanwritersassociation

Upcoming Readings

March 11: Marisa Labozzetta and Tim Tomlinson @ Cornelia St. Café

APRIL 8: Stephen Massimilla and Judith Vollmer @ Sidewalk Café

MAY 13: Mark Chiusano and Paul Salisini @ Cornelia St. Café

JUNE 10: Olivia Kate Cerrone and Nino Provenzano/bilingual @ Sidewalk Café

Our Mission: IAWA promotes Italian American literature by encouraging the writing, reading, publication, distribution, translation, and study of writing by Italian American authors.. The three rules of IAWA: Read One Another, Write or Be Written, and Buy Our Books.

IAWA’s Open Reading Series–Saturday, January 14, 2016–Featuring Brian Fanelli & Phillip Giambri

IAWA Features Poet Brian Fanelli and Ancient Mariner Phillip Giambri

WHERE: @ Cornelia St. Café @ 29 Cornelia St. off Bleecker

WHEN:  Saturday, January 14, 2017 @ 5:45 – 7:45 pm

WHO: Brian Fanelli is the author of two full-length poetry collections, Waiting for the Dead to Speak (NYQ Books), All That Remains (Unbound Content) and the chapbook Front Man (Big Table Publishing). Brian’s work has been twice nominated for a Pushcart Prize and the Working Class Studies Association’s Tillie Olsen Creative Writing Award. His poetry has appeared in several publications, including The Los Angeles Times, World Literature Today, LABOR, Boston Literary Magazine, Portland Review, Oklahoma Review, Kentucky Review, and elsewhere.

Phillip Giambri’s work has appeared in Artists in the Kitchen, The Long Islander, Silver Birch Press, and online on NewYorkCityTalking.com.  His first book, Confessions of a Repeat Offender is a compilation of his performance stories and poems.  He curates a popular monthly spoken word/poetry event, Rimes of The Ancient Mariner, now in its fourth year. He was the subject of a recent feature in The New York Times http://nyti.ms/2hiFAk2

COVER: $10 includes complimentary drink.

CONTACT: www.corneliastreetcafe.com; or 212-989-9319.

DIRECTIONS: Trains: A, B, C, D, E, F, and M to West 4th St. or 1 to Christopher St.-Sheridan Sq.

IAWA: iawa.net IAWA Newsletter: newsletter@iawa.net

BLOG: italian american writers café @i-italy.org

Facebook: www.facebook.com/italianamericanwritersassociation

 Next IAWA Events & Readings

Feb. 11: Joel Allegretti and Annie Lanzillotto @ Sidewalk Cafe

March 11: Marisa Labozzetta and Tim Tomlinson @ Cornelia St. Cafe

April 8: Stephen Massimilla and TBA @Sidewalk Cafe

 

 

IAWA’s Open Reading Series–Saturday, December 10, 2016–Featuring Trio of Emerging Writers from New Jersey City University

WHERE: Sidewalk Café, 94 Avenue A (6th Street) East Village, NYC-10009

WHEN:  Saturday, December 10, 20165:30 – 7:30 pm 

WHO: Gina DiRenzi is pursuing a Master’s Degree in Urban Education and a certification in administration. She teaches high school English for NJCU’s University Academy Charter High School. She has presented her work at various venues, including the Italian American Studies Association.

Rebecca Poggiali wrote non-fiction and participated in many on campus reading events at New Jersey City University. Her writing has been published in ThoughtCatalog and NJCU’S literary journal, PATHS. In 2016, she received honorable mention for the Kathy Potter Memorial Writing Award for memoir and nonfiction.

Marc Pollifrone studied screenwriting at TheFilmSchool in Seattle and completed UCLA’s Screenwriting Professional Program. He has presented his work in many venues and published in PATHs. He received the Kathy Potter Memorial Writing Award for memoir and nonfiction.

COVER: $8 includes beverage.

CONTACT: www.sidewalkny.com; or 212-473-7373.

DIRECTIONS: By Subway, F to Second Avenue or #6 to Astor Place

IAWA: iawa.net

IAWA Newsletter: newsletter@iawa.net

BLOG: italian american writers café @i-italy.org

FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/italianamericanwritersassociation

2017 Readings

January 14: Brian Fanelli (NYQ Books) and Phillip Giambri aka The Ancient Mariner @ Cornelia St. Café

February 11: Joel Allegretti and Annie Lanzillotto @ Sidewalk Café

March 11: Marisa Labozzetta @ Cornelia St. Cafe

Our Mission

IAWA promotes Italian American literature by encouraging the writing, reading, publication, distribution, translation, and study of writing by Italian American authors.

IAWA’s Open Reading Series–Saturday, November 12, 2016 Featuring Chuck Joy and Jennifer Militello

25th Anniversary Readings & Special Events

The Italian American Writers Association is celebrating its 25th Anniversary. Since 1991, IAWA has given voice to writers through its literary series every 2nd Saturday of the month. Readings begin with an Open Mic: IAWA-East is held even months at Sidewalk Café and IAWA-West continues at Cornelia Street Café on odd months. Visit and join us at iawa.net

IAWA Features Post-Election Escape Plan:  

Listen to the Poetry of Chuck Joy and Jennifer Militello

WHERE: @ Cornelia St. Café @ 29 Cornelia St. off Bleecker

WHEN:  Saturday, November 12, 2016 @ 5:45 – 7:45 pm

WHO: Chuck Joy’s most recent collection Said the Growling Dog (Nirala Publications). Joy hosted Poetry Scene, a weekly poetry event at The Erie (Book Store for eight years. A child psychiatrist, Joy is co-chair of the Art Committee for the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and poetry coordinator for the AACAP News.

Jennifer Militello has authored three collections of poetry: A Camouflage of Specimens and Garments (Tupelo Press, 2016), Body Thesaurus (Tupelo Press, 2013) was named one of the top 10 poetry books of 2013 by Best American Poetry, and Flinch of Song, won the Tupelo Press First Book Award. Her poems have been published widely in such journals as American Poetry Review, The Kenyon Review, The New Republic, The North American Review, The Paris Review, and Ploughshares, and anthologized in Best New Poets. She teaches at New England College. www.jennifermilitello.com

COVER: $10 includes complimentary drink.

CONTACT: www.corneliastreetcafe.com; or 212-989-9319.

DIRECTIONS: Trains: A, B, C, D, E, F, and M to West 4th St. or 1 to Christopher St.-Sheridan Sq.

IAWA: iawa.net IAWA Newsletter: newsletter@iawa.net

BLOG: italian american writers café @i-italy.org

Facebook: www.facebook.com/italianamericanwritersassociation

Next IAWA Events & Readings

December 10, 2016: Emerging Writers Forum

Our Mission

IAWA promotes Italian American literature by encouraging the writing, reading, publication, distribution, translation, and study of writing by Italian American authors.

Circolo Letterario, Online Poetry Circle

Initiated in 2014 by Gil Fagiani and Nick Matros. Members are welcomed to join this online poetry workshop. Contact fagianella@aol.com

IAWA Open Reading Series Featuring Embroidered Stories – Saturday, October 8, 2016

The Italian American Writers Association is celebrating its 25th Anniversary this year. Since 1991, IAWA has given voice to writers through its literary series every 2nd Saturday of the month. Readings begin with an Open Mic: IAWA-East is held even months at Sidewalk Café and IAWA-West continues at Cornelia Street Café on odd months. Visit and join us at iawa.net

IAWA Features: Embroidered Stories from the Italian Diaspora

WHERE: Sidewalk Café, 94 Avenue A (6th Street) East Village, NYC-10009

WHEN:  Saturday, October 8, 20165:30 – 7:30 pm

WHO: Edited by Edvige Giunta and Joseph Sciorra, Embroidered Stories (University Press of Mississippi, 2014) is a collection of work that interprets Italian women’s needlework, a cultural touchstone as powerful as pasta and Neapolitan music. The collection is an interdisciplinary collection of creative work by 37 authors ranging from meolire, poetry and visula arts. Joining them will be three contributors: Paola Corso, Joanna Clapps Herman and Marisa Frasca.

Of Embroidered Stories, Adriana Trigiani writes: “This collection is a treasure of all that is sacred and dear, the unsung women in our lives who made the world more beautiful with their talents.”

COVER: $8 includes beverage.

CONTACT: www.sidewalkny.com; or 212-473-7373.

DIRECTIONS: By Subway, F to Second Avenue or #6 to Astor Place

IAWA: iawa.net

IAWA Newsletter: newsletter@iawa.net

BLOG: italian american writers café @i-italy.org

FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/italianamericanwritersassociation

Next Readings

November 12: Chuck Joy and Jennifer Militello @Cornelia St. Café

December 10: Emerging Authors organized by Edvige Giunta, IAWA Academic Liaison

Our Mission

IAWA promotes Italian American literature by encouraging the writing, reading, publication, distribution, translation, and study of writing by Italian American authors.

Circolo Literario, Online Poetry Circle

Initiated in 2014 by Gil Fagiani and Nick Matros. Members are welcomed to join this online poetry workshop. Contact fagianella@aol.com

IAWA’s Open Reading Series Featuring Wally Lamb and Gil Fagiani–September 10, 2016

The Italian American Writers Association is celebrating its 25th Anniversary. Since 1991, IAWA has given voice to writers through its literary series every 2ndSaturday of the month. Readings begin with an Open Mic: IAWA-East is held even months at Sidewalk Café and IAWA-West continues at Cornelia Street Café on odd months. Visit and join us at iawa.net

IAWA Welcomes NYTimes best-selling author Wally Lamb and IAWA’s Gil Fagiani

WHERE: @ Cornelia St. Café @ 29 Cornelia St. off Bleecker

WHEN:  Saturday Sept. 10, 2016 @ 5:45 – 7:45 pm

WHO: Wally Lamb is the author of five New York Times bestselling novels: Wishin’ and Hopin’, The Hour I First Believed, I Know This Much is True, She’s Come Undone, and most recently, We Are Water. Lamb also edited Couldn’t Keep It to Myself and I’ll Fly Away, two volumes of essays from students in his writing workshop at York Correctional Institution, a women’s prison in Connecticut, where he has been a volunteer facilitator for the past 16 years. Lamb’s forthcoming sixth work of fiction, I’ll Take You There, will appear in November in both hardcover and digital form. The digital e-book will feature text, audio, music, and film.www.wallylamb.net

Gil Fagiani is a translator, essayist, short story writer, and poet. He has published five books of poetry the most recent of which is Logos (Guernica Editions, 2015). Other collections include: Stone Walls, and Chianti in Connecticut published by Bordighera Press, A Blanquito in El Barrio, and Rooks published by Rain Mountain Press; and three chapbooks, Crossing 116th Street, Grandpa’s Wine, and Serfs of Psychiatry.       

Fagiani co-curates the Italian American Writers’ Association’s monthly reading series, co-founded the Vito Marcantonio Forum, and is an associate editor of Feile-Festa: A Literary Arts Magazine. He directed a residential treatment program for recovering alcoholics and drug addicts in downtown Brooklyn for 21 years. In February 2014, he was the subject of a New York Times article by David Gonzalez, “A Poet Mines Memories of Drug Addiction.”

COVER: $9 includes complimentary drink.

CONTACT: www.corneliastreetcafe.com; or 212-989-9319.

DIRECTIONS: Trains: A, B, C, D, E, F, and M to West 4th St. or 1 to Christopher St.-Sheridan Sq.

IAWA: iawa.net IAWA Newsletter: newsletter@iawa.net

BLOG: italian american writers café @i-italy.org

Facebook: www.facebook.com/italianamericanwritersassociation

Next Readings

October 8: Embroidered Stories -Edvige Giunta and Joseph Sciorra @Sidewalk Café

November 12: Chuck Joy and Jennifer Militello @Cornelia St. Café

December 10: Emerging Writers Forum

Our Mission

IAWA promotes Italian American literature by encouraging the writing, reading, publication, distribution, translation, and study of writing by Italian American authors.

Circolo Literario, Online Poetry Circle

Initiated in 2014 by Gil Fagiani and Nick Matros. Members are welcomed to join this online poetry workshop. Contact fagianella@aol.com

IAWA’s Open Reading Series–Saturday, August 13th–featuring Joey Nicoletti and Nicole Santalucia

The Italian American Writers Association is celebrating its 25th Anniversary. Since 1991, IAWA has given voice to writers through its literary series every 2nd Saturday of the month. Readings begin with an Open Mic: IAWA-East is held even months at Sidewalk Café and IAWA-West continues at Cornelia Street Café on odd months. Visit and join us at iawa.net

IAWA Features: New Bordighera Authors

WHERE: Sidewalk Café, 94 Avenue A (6th Street) East Village, NYC-10009

WHEN:  Saturday, August 13, 20165:30 – 7:30 pm 9781599540870-Perfect.indd

WHO:

Joey Nicoletti is the author of two-full length poetry collections and four chapbooks, most recently Reverse Graffiti (Bordighera, 2015) and Counterfeit Moon (NightBallet Press, 2016). His work has appeared in various magazines and anthologies, including Valparaiso Poetry Review, Waccamaw,The Potomac, and Delirious: A Poetic Celebration of Prince. A graduate of the Sarah Lawrence College MFA program, he teaches creative writing and literature at SUNY Buffalo State College.

 

Nicole Santalucia is the author of Because I Did Not Die (Bordighera Press, 2015). She is a recipient of the Ruby Irene Poetry Chapbook Prize from Arcadia Magazine for Driving Yourself to Jail in July (2014) and the 2015 Edna St. Vincent Millay Poetry Prize from the Tishman Review. Santalucia received her M.F.A. from The New School University and her Ph.D. in English from santaluciaBinghamton University where she founded and directed The Binghamton Poetry Project, a literary outreach program that reaches underserved audience. She teaches at Shippensburg University in Pennsylvania and conducts poetry workshops at the Cumberland County Prison.

COVER: $8 includes beverage. CONTACT: www.sidewalkny.com; or 212-473-7373. DIRECTIONS: By Subway, F to Second Avenue or #6 to Astor Place

IAWA: iawa.net

IAWA Newsletter: newsletter@iawa.net

BLOG: italian american writers café @i-italy.org

FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/italianamericanwritersassociation

 

September 10: Gil Fagiani and Frank Lentricchia @Cornelia St. Café

October 8: Embroidered Stories -Edvige Giunta and Joseph Sciorra @Sidewalk Café

November 12: Chuck Joy and Jennifer Militello @Cornelia St. Café

December 10: Emerging Authors organized by Edvige Giunta, IAWA Academic Liaison

Our Mission

IAWA promotes Italian American literature by encouraging the writing, reading, publication, distribution, translation, and study of writing by Italian American authors.

Circolo Literario, Online Poetry Circle

Initiated in 2014 by Gil Fagiani and Nick Matros. Members are welcomed to join this online poetry workshop. Contact fagianella@aol.com

IAWA at NYC Poetry Festival – July 30th — and August 13th Reading – Joey Nicoletti & Nicole Santalucia

Please note: The next IAWA reading in July will take place on July 30th at Governors Island, as part of the New York City Poetry Festival.  

The Italian American Writers Association is celebrating its 25th Anniversary. Since 1991, IAWA has given voice to writers through its literary series every 2nd Saturday of the month. Readings begin with an Open Mic: IAWA-East is held even months at Sidewalk Café and IAWA-West continues at Cornelia Street Café on odd months. Visit and join us at iawa.net

IAWA @ NYC POETRY FEST

Saturday, July 30 @ the White Horse Stage @ 12 noon featuring Maria Lisella, Chloe De Filippis, Robert Viscusi, Angelo Zeolla, Angelica Roman, Nick Matros, Clare Ultimo, & Jessica Femiani    http://newyorkcitypoetryfestival.com/event-schedule/

IAWA Features New Bordighera Authors

WHERE: Sidewalk Café, 94 Avenue A (6th Street) East Village, NYC-10009

WHEN:  Saturday, August 13, 20165:30 – 7:30 pm

WHO: Joey Nicoletti is the author of two-full length poetry collections and four chapbooks, most recently Reverse Graffiti (Bordighera, 2015) and Counterfeit Moon (NightBallet Press, 2016). His work has appeared in various magazines and anthologies, including Valparaiso Poetry Review, Waccamaw,The Potomac, and Delirious: A Poetic Celebration of Prince. A graduate of the Sarah Lawrence College MFA program, he teaches creative writing and literature at SUNY Buffalo State College. 

Nicole Santalucia is the author of Because I Did Not Die (Bordighera Press, 2015). She is a recipient of the Ruby Irene Poetry Chapbook Prize from Arcadia Magazine for Driving Yourself to Jail in July (2014) and the 2015 Edna St. Vincent Millay Poetry Prize from the Tishman Review. Santalucia received her M.F.A. from The New School University and her Ph.D. in English from Binghamton University where she founded and directed The Binghamton Poetry Project, a literary outreach program that reaches underserved audience. She teaches at Shippensburg University in Pennsylvania and conducts poetry workshops at the Cumberland County Prison.

COVER: $8 includes beverage. CONTACT: www.sidewalkny.com; or 212-473-7373. DIRECTIONS: By Subway, F to Second Avenue or #6 to Astor Place

IAWA: iawa.net

IAWA Newsletter: newsletter@iawa.net

BLOG: italian american writers café @i-italy.org

Facebook: www.facebook.com/italianamericanwritersassociation

Next Readings

September 10: Gil Fagiani and Frank Lentricchia @Cornelia St. Café

October 8: Embroidered Stories -Edvige Giunta and Joseph Sciorra @Sidewalk Café

November 12: Chuck Joy and Jennifer Militello @Cornelia St. Café

IAWA’s Open Reading Series–Saturday, June 11, 2016–Featuring Stephanie Laterza and Tony Iovino

The Italian American Writers Association is celebrating its 25th Anniversary. Since 1991, IAWA has given voice to writers through its literary series every 2nd Saturday of the month. Readings begin with an Open Mic: IAWA-East is held even months at Sidewalk Café and IAWA-West continues at Cornelia Street Café on odd months. Visit and join us at iawa.net

IAWA Features Lawyers Authoring Legal Thrillers

WHERE: Sidewalk Café, 94 Avenue A (6th Street) East Village, NYC-10009

WHEN:  Saturday, June 11, 2016 @  5:30 – 7:30 pm

WHO: Stephanie Laterza is the author of the legal thriller, The Boulevard Trial (2015)  Her short stories have been published in Writing Raw, Literary Mama and Akashic Books’ Terrible Twosdays series. Her poetry has appeared in the Newtown Literary Journal, San Francisco Peace and Hope, Literary Mama and Meniscus Magazine. She holds a B.A. in English from Fordham College at Lincoln Center and a J.D. from New England Law School in Boston, where she studied Law and Literature.

Tony Iovino is the author of the novel Notary Public Enemy (Diversion Press, 2011) a murder mystery set on Long Island, and has had several poems and essays published over the years. By day, he is the Supervisor of Community Services for the Oceanside Library.  He is also the founder and host of the Summer Gazebo Readings, an acclaimed outdoor series featuring readings by distinguished poets and authors on Mondays in June, July & August in Oceanside, NY. He is currently looking for sponsors for the 2016 series. http://summergazeboreadings.blogspot.com/

COVER: $8 includes beverage.

CONTACT: www.sidewalkny.com; or 212-473-7373.

DIRECTIONS: By Subway, F to Second Avenue or #6 to Astor Place

IAWA: iawa.net

IAWA Newsletter: newsletter@iawa.net

BLOG: italian american writers café @i-italy.org

Facebook: www.facebook.com/italianamericanwritersassociation

Next Readings

August 13: Joey Nicoletti and Nicole Santalucia @Sidewalk Café

September 10: Gil Fagiani and Frank Lentricchia @Cornelia St. Café

October 8: Embroidered Stories -Edvige Giunta and Joseph Sciorra @Sidewalk Café

November 12: Chuck Joy and Jennifer Militello @Cornelia St. Café

December 10: Jersey Students take to the Stage

Our Mission

IAWA promotes Italian American literature by encouraging the writing, reading, publication, distribution, translation, and study of writing by Italian American authors.

Circolo Literario, Online Poetry Circle

Initiated in 2014 by Gil Fagiani and Nick Matros. Members are welcomed to join this online poetry workshop. Contact fagianella@aol.com