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A fine night at the Poet House in Evansville, Indiana.
The Third Tuesday Night Poetry reading is hosted by
Bill Sovern (Larry on accordian). Tonight’s poets included
Rusty White Smiddy and
the music of Cameron Hall and Jean Ann Kizer
The unforgettable Shakespeare’s Monkey
I’ll be reading my poetry at the Poet House & Art Emporium at 105 Adams Avenue, Haynie’s Corner Arts District, in Evansville, Indiana next Tuesday, July 21 (7 pm – 10 pm). Other performers include Jean Ann Kizer, Sarah Nellis, Mariah Sheppard, Susan Stark, Grace Strange and singer/songwriter Kara Beth Rasure
The lunatic, the lover, and the poet
Are of imagination all compact.
(A Midsummer Night’s Dream, 5. 1)
“A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM” — Evansville (Indiana) Civic Theatre’s Shakespeare in the Park production, 6 p.m. daily June 26-28 in the park Fourth and Main streets. Admission free.
Some photos from last night’s poetry reading at “The Poet House & Art Emporium,” Evansville, Indiana:
I’ll be reading my poetry at The Tuesday Reading Series hosted by William Sovern:
William Sovern’s Tuesday Night Reading Series will feature nationally-known poet Ron Whitehouse, performing with his band, Southside, in a program beginning at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 21, at the Poet House &Art Emporium, at 105 Adams Ave., Evansville, Indiana.
Others on Tuesday’s lineup will include Lars Garvey, Jean Ann Kizer, Jessica Thompson and Susan Stark.
The Tuesday Night Reading Series, hosted by William Sovern (photo above), was the place to be tonight at the Poet House & Art Emporium at 105 Adams Avenue in Evansville, Indiana. Tonight’s featured artists were Memphis poets Quincy Hall and Naja (Lauren Mazer, photo below). If you have a chance to hear Quincy and Naja read their poems, don’t miss it! Powerful, lyrical stuff!
I’ll be reading my poetry at the Tuesday Night Reading Series next Tuesday, November 18th, at The Poet’s House & Art Emporium located at 105 Adams Avenue in Evansville, Indiana. Hosted by Bill Sovern, the show starts at 7 pm. Special appearance by singer/songwriter, Sarah Elizabeth.