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1 September 2016 - 30 September 2016
Sep 3 Sat
Reading
Open Mic
Other
Spoken Word

Towne Book Center Collegeville, PA
7:00pm - 9:00pm Creeping Lotus Press poetry reading
Come to Creeping Lotus Press' monthly poetry reading at Towne Book Center in Collegeville, PA at 7pm. Each month we feature an area poet and also invite the public for an open reading.

For more info: www.creepinglotus.com or www.townebc.com
Sep 5 Mon
Labor Day
 
Labor Day
 
Labour Day
 
Sep 7 Wed
Independence Day\n(Dia da IndependĂȘncia do Brasil)
 
Sep 9 Fri
Reading
October Gallery
7:30pm Panoramic Poetry
701 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA

Celebrating our 14th Year of Excellence Every 2nd and 3rd Friday

Please sign up to be a FEATURED READER by emailing
panoramicpoetry@octobergallery.com.

Friday, January 12th and/or 19th, 2006 @ 7:30 p.m.

FREE for Performing Poets

For audience: $7 at the door, OR $5 with RSVP to
panoramicpoetry@octobergallery.com or
215.629.3939 ext. 13

For directions:

Report to 701 Market Street (between 7th & 8th on Market). Inside the building on the same floor as Ross, there is a Citizen's Bank ATM. Next to the ATM are glass doors. Report behind these doors to the table and you will gain access to
the elevator bank for the reading on the 3rd floor.
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Panoramic Poetry
2nd and 3rd Fridays
October Gallery and Cheyney University
215.629.3939 ext.13
www.octobergallery.com
Sep 16 Fri
Independencia de MĂ©xico
 
Reading
October Gallery
7:30pm Panoramic Poetry
701 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA

Celebrating our 14th Year of Excellence Every 2nd and 3rd Friday

Please sign up to be a FEATURED READER by emailing
panoramicpoetry@octobergallery.com.

Friday, January 12th and/or 19th, 2006 @ 7:30 p.m.

FREE for Performing Poets

For audience: $7 at the door, OR $5 with RSVP to
panoramicpoetry@octobergallery.com or
215.629.3939 ext. 13

For directions:

Report to 701 Market Street (between 7th & 8th on Market). Inside the building on the same floor as Ross, there is a Citizen's Bank ATM. Next to the ATM are glass doors. Report behind these doors to the table and you will gain access to
the elevator bank for the reading on the 3rd floor.
--
Panoramic Poetry
2nd and 3rd Fridays
October Gallery and Cheyney University
215.629.3939 ext.13
www.octobergallery.com
Sep 18 Sun www.meetup.com/Moonstone-Poetry-Series/events/233039077/
Reading
Open Mic

Fergie's Pub 1214 Sansom Street Philadelphia, PA 19107
2:00pm - 3:30pm Poets Jeffrey Ethan Lee, David Moolten, & Shira Moolten read, followed by an open reading. FREE.

Moonstone Poetry Series, Organized by Larry Robin

Reading
Open Mic
Fergie's Pub 1214 Sansom Street Philadelphia, PA 19107
2:00pm - 3:30pm

Jeffrey Ethan Lee's first novel The Autobiography of Somebody Else was published by White Pine Press in Spring 2016. See the new interview at The Drunken Odyssey podcast in which John King interviews Lee about The Autobiography and other books. https:// thedrunkenodyssey .com/2016/05/21/ episode-207-jeffrey-ethan-lee/ Lee's dramatic poetry book, identity papers was a 2006 Colorado Book Award finalist. Invisible Sister (Many Mountains Moving Press, April 2004) was praised in American Book Review etc. Color Schemes was a finalist for Moonstone's first poetry chapbook prize in 2015. He has a Ph.D. in British Romanticism and an MFA from NYU. He teaches in the humanities at Temple University and in Creative Writing at various places.

David Moolten's most recent book, Primitive Mood, won the T.S. Eliot Prize from Truman State University Press and was published in 2009. He is also the author of two previous books, Plums &Ashes, which won the Samuel French Morse Poetry Prize, and Especially Then. His poems have appeared in Poetry, The Georgia Review, The Kenyon Review, The Threepenny Review, and The Southern Review, etc. His work has been anthologized and his honors include a Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Fellowship and a Pushcart Prize. He is a physician specializing in transfusion medicine, and lives, writes and practices in Philadelphia.

Shira Moolten, a junior in a public high school in Philadelphia, is Co-Editor-in-Chief of her high school literary magazine, Hooloovoo. Among her other accomplishments, she has been recognized by Philadelphia Young Playwrights, Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, and Poetry Out Loud. She attended the competitive Sewanee Young Writers Conference last year and has had poems published by Apiary Magazine (Philadelphia), and a special edition of Rattle, and has n ew poems forthcoming in Calliope. She also has a short video poem, "Hardboiled Egg," which has been screened at film festivals.
www.meetup.com/Moonstone-Poetry-Series/
Sep 20 Tue
Reading
Open Mic

Bubble House
7:30pm Inverse Poetry Reading
inversepoetry.com/
Sep 24 Sat
Heritage Day
 
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