November 21 features Pi hosts, Alice-Anne Harwood and Mark McGuire-Schwartz
Alice Anne Harwood is an accomplished poet and emerging playwright. She’s also the charismatic Festival Director for CTFolk, where live music joins with educational events and environmental stewardship. And she lends her song-writing talents and soaring vocals to New Haven’s indie-folk rock folk scene. Alice-Anne has also directed the Connecticut Poetry Out Loud program for several years.
Mark McGuire-Schwartz has been published in many journals and anthologies, including Caduceus, Bent Pin Quarterly, Connecticut River Review, Connecticut Law Journal, and on the bottoms of rocks. After 45 years of writing, he is currently in an MFA program at Southern Connecticut State University to learn how. Mark has worked for the past few years on developing a new poetic form, called the 17. His chapbooks include 289, a book of 17s, and Loss and Laughs, Love and Fauna.
Third Thursday Poetry
Doors Open at 6:30. Reading starts at 7:00.
Where: The Institute Library, 847 Chapel Street, New Haven, CT
Please arrive a few minutes early to sign up for the reading.
On the third Thursday of each month, The Poetry Institute Poetry Series celebrates an eclectic mix of poetic voices.
Free. Refreshments. Open mic.
Outstanding featured readers. In a casual setting.