Local stalwart Sylvia Barnard started off the open mic with a poem from her recent trip down the Danube with her daughter about a castle where Richard the Lionhearted was once imprisoned. Joe Krausman followed with an untitled sonnet about looking for his glasses, metaphorically speaking that is. Sally Rhoades read a poem she wrote at the Walt Whitman birthday reading, a tribute to the joy reading Uncle Walt. April Selley in a rare appearance here read "Night Shift" playing on time & clocks while driving at night.
|Featured Poet Bob Elmendorf|
Third Thursday Poetry Night at the Social Justice Center happens on ... at ... in Albany, NY, 7:30 PM, $3.00 donation, if you got it.