when & where...
when & where....
next: October 1. 8-9:30pm via zoom
Meeting ID: 828 5115 4223
Passcode: 015979. or email us for a link! firstname.lastname@example.org
August 12, September 9, October 1, November 11
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& what people say...
1/28/18 Fergies Pub, Philadelphia
5/5/18 Ravenna Taylor Studio, Lambertville NJ.
5/6/18 Manayunk Art Center, Manayunk
8/17/18 Community Arts, Phoenixville, Pa.
11/16/18 Chestnut Hill Gallery, Philadelphia
3/22/19 Chestnut Hill Gallery, Philadelphia
4/19/19 Bucks County Community College
5/2/19 Farley's Bookshop, New Hope, Pa
6/15/19 The Ice House, Bethlehem, PA
7/14/19 Clay on Main, Oley, Pa
8/30/19 Drexel University, Philadelphia PA
10/18/19 Community Arts, Phoenixville, Pa
11/15/19 Newtown Library, Newtown, Pa
11/17/19 Princeton Public Library, Princeton NJ
1/26/20 Hunterdon Art Center, Clinton NJ
3/9/20 PBQ at Pen & Pencil, Phila, PA
..don't miss another!
"This was such a fun event and I look forward to many, many more. Good turnout, wonderful poets, I was literally ‘high’ when I left, soaring on the fun of it all. Thank you and your group for a spontaneous and rollicking gathering."
-- M. R. M.
"I am so blessed to have been in the audience for this amazing evening of poetry and more with the entire No River Twice group at Borelli's Chestnut Hill Gallery surrounded by wonderful art and great friends!." --F. P.
"The event itself was a joy to attend and really enhanced my understanding and familiarity with poetry. By being engaged in the event it allowed me to understand the movement of poetry and be a part of constructing a cento. I would definitely recommend this event to others and would attend again in the future. --BCCC student
"Every writer had their own unique writing style and I think that's what made this reading so engaging. I really liked how each of the poets bounced ideas and thoughts off one another to find a poem that relates but still has its own completely different story. " --BCCC student
"I admit I was inspired! After the event, I actually ended up writing my first poem in years." --BCCC student