Surviving Through Poetry Event a success…read coverage here!

Writing Down Art

November 8’s Writing Down Cancer, Surviving Through Poetry event at the Redwood Library was a success, and the Newport Daily News‘ Joe Baker wrote all about it.

At the even, Carol Anderheggen presented work from her new book, Writing down Cancer, a journey of dreams and nightmares; her reading was accompanied by fellow poet David Dragone on violin. I also read a couple of my pieces.

To read Baker’s article in the Newport Daily News, click on the PDF (which you can also print out if you prefer to hold paper in your hands) here: Baker Article on Redwood Reading

 

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Mark your calendars! Surviving Through Poetry Event Nov 8

Writing Down Art

Writing Down Art

I’ll be emceeing (and reading some poetry) Sunday, November 8, when Carol Anderheggen presents work from her new book, Writing down Cancer, a journey of dreams and nightmares.

Carol’s reading will be accompanied by fellow poet David Dragone on violin.

The event will take place from 2:30 – 3:30 pm at the Redwood Library & Athenaeum at 50 Bellevue Avenue, Newport, RI. For more information, visit http://www.redwoodlibrary.org/programs/2015/10/07/writing-down-cancer-surviving-through-poetry or call 401-847-0292.

Ocean State Poets’ “Words into Poetry” featured in THE BAY

I’m excited to announce that Ocean State Poets — which holds a “Words into Poetry” session the second Saturday of every month at 3 p.m. at the Middletown Library and features an open mic — has gotten a nice little write-up in The Bay. Just follow the link below to read it.

http://thebaymagazine.com/stories/Ocean-State-Poets-Middletown-poetry-The-Bay,11379

Off the Lip feature in Wednesday’s Mercury!

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I’m pleased to announce I was featured in The Mercury‘s Off the Lip column on November 27! You can go directly to the interview here: http://www.newportri.com/newportmercury/off_the_lip/painting-with-words/article_1d09c559-cf90-5803-a8da-574b9841d3d7.html

If you’d prefer to print out a hard copy and read it offline, you can do that here: Heather Sullivan Mercury Article 11-27-2013