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Brick Street Poetry hosts the Indiana Dead Poets Celebration

Brick Street Poetry Inc., the not-for-profit  that publishes the  Tipton Poetry Journal and sponsors the monthly series, Poetry on Brick Street, will host the Indiana Dead Poets Celebration from 6- 8 p.m., May 4, in the historic Gothic Chapel at Crown Hill Cemetery, 700 W. 38th St., Indianapolis.

 The celebration, free and open to the public, will honor the work of five Indiana poets – Sarah T. Bolton, James Whitcomb Riley, Meredith Nicholson, Etheridge Knight and Ruth Lilly – who are all buried at Crown Hill Cemetery in Indianapolis. Costumed re-enactors will read the works of these poets. Finger foods from the lifetime of each poet will be served. The poet reading Ruth Lilly’s poetry will not be in costume.

Thanks to Barry Harris, Editor of the Tipton Poetry Journal for the information provided in this post.

Tipton Poetry Journal Fall 2009

A big THANK YOU! to Barry Harris, Editor of the Tipton Poetry Journal, for using my photo on the cover of the Fall 2009 issue.  I’m also honored to have a poem appear in this issue.

Published four times per year, subscriptions are a steal at just $16 a year… and you can order online:  http://www.tiptonpoetryjournal.com/

On Saturday, November 7th from 10am – 4 pm, Barry will be at the CLMP Midwest Lit Mag Fair to be held as part of the Kenyon Review Literary Festival. If you are near Gambier, Ohio on Saturday, come by and find the Tipton Poetry Journal booth (Peirce Hall, Borden Atrium).

Thank you to Barry Harris, Editor of the Tipton Poetry Journal.  My poem entitled “Future Home of the Mammoth Mega Church” will appear in the Fall 2009 issue.  The Tipton Poetry Journal is published in Zionsville, Indiana….

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