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FEBRUARY 12, 2017





​POETRY: THE ART OF WORDS/MIKE AMADO MEMORIAL SERIES
 Plymouth Public Library 132 South St, Plymouth
SUNDAY JANUARY 6 , 2019 @ 1:00 PM
PLYMOUTH, POETRY IS SPOKEN HERE

 Kate McCann lives in Weymouth, MA. She has published two chapbooks and two full-length collections, A Roof Gone To Sky, and Barn Sour. A new collection of poems, Sail Away The Plenty, about the Irish Great Hunger, will be out next year from Kelsay Books. Over the years McCann has been published in many journals and magazines to include: Threepenny Review; The Midwest Quarterly; Poetry East; Witness; The Texas Review; Big Muddy. New poems are forthcoming in Poetry Ireland Review and New American Writing.

David R. Surette’s new book of poetry is Malden, selected and new poems that feature his hometown Malden, Massachusetts. He is the author of five other collections including Stable which was named an Honor Book at the 2016 Massachusetts Book Awards. His poems have been recently featured in the book 3 Nations Anthology: Native, Canadian & New England Writers which won a 2018 Maine Literary Award. He lives on Cape Cod.

MUSIC FEATURE-BOB DICKERSON
Futher Readings
Feb 3- Lisa Sullivan & Iain Haley Pollock Mar 3- Tony Brown & Dzvinia Orlowsky
Apr 7-C D Collins & Tomas O’Leary May 6- Chad Parenteau & TBA

Doors open 12:30PM, Music Features 1pm, Poetry Features 1:40 & 2 pm, Open-mic 2:20pm Free admission and refreshments Visit us at www.ptaow.com  



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PLEASE NOTE UNTIL FURTER NOTE OUR PROGRAM WILL BE HELD AT THE PLYMOUTH PUBLIC LIBRAR​Y
132 SOUTH ST PLYMOUTH STARTING AT 12:45PM




Doors open 12:30PM, Poetry Features 12:50pm open-mic 1:45pm. Free admission and refreshments.  









































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