Paperback: 232, Price: $15
Red Wheelbarrow Poets, August 2010
Editor: Jim Klein
Managing Editor: Mark Fogarty
Managing Editor: Sondra Singer Beaulieu
Designer: Claudia Serea
Editor Advisor: John Barrale
Editor Advisor: Céline Beaulieu
Editor Advisor: George DeGregorio
William Carlos Williams Poetry Cooperative of Southern Bergen County Presents
Poetry in Rutherford
Wednesday, September 1, 2010
Featuring THE RED WHEELBARROW POETS & Celebrating the Release of the Third Edition of THE RUTHERFORD RED WHEELBARROW
Plus the work of
WILLIAM CARLOS WILLIAMS presented by JOEL LEWIS & Open Readings from the floor
This program is held at:
Williams Center for the Performing Arts
One Williams Plaza
Rutherford, NJ 07070
Tel: (201) 939-6969
Fax: (201) 939-0843
On Sunday, April 25th 2010, The Red Wheelbarrow poets read from their anthologies at The Red Harlem Readers, at the Indian Cafe in New York City.
Below are some pictures from the event, courtesy of Richard Gaffield.
Many thanks to Anne Gefell and the Series Associates and to Sondra Singer Beaulieu who hosted the event.
The Phoenix Reading Series features
Claudia Serea & George Held
Plus: Open Mic
Sunday, February 28, 2010, at 5:30 pm
65 West Broadway, New York
between Murray & Warren Streets
1, 2, 3, A, C, or E trains to Chambers Street
1 1⁄2 blocks below Chambers St
Just then, the blizzard rushes into the street
on its messenger bike,
trailing its heavy veil through the crowd.
Is this a sales offer from the store,
or is it something that will change my life, I ask,
but the snowflakes fill the tall man’s mouth
before he can answer.
Check out pictures from our reading on Sunday, December 27, 2009, courtesy of Janet Kolstein and Frannie Rutherford.
Thanks, all, for coming out, despite the busy holiday traffic.
The Red Wheelbarrow Poets will celebrate George De Gregorio’s book,
Zerilda’s Chair and Other Poems, on Friday, Jan. 8 at 7 PM. GainVille Cafe, 17 Ames Avenue, Rutherford. $4 cover includes coffee/tea and pastry. Open Mike follows.
Mike O'Brien reading from his book
Gaineville Coffee Shop Rutherford NJ
Conjure Illinois deckled in rain:
the Connemarra burren;
Hear the crop
crackle over a peat fire.