Wednesday, September 11, 2013

REMINDER: Gregory Crosby and Sarah Sarai at Cafe Dada, Tues, 9/17 at 7:30 p.m.



REMINDER:



Brownstone Poets presents Gregory Crosby and Sarah Sarai on Tuesday, September 17 at the new time of 7:30 p.m. at Café Dada. Enjoy the Old World ambiance in Park Slope that’s near several subways.  Feast on French-Hungarian cuisine and delectable pastries.  Relax with some wine or beer, a cup of coffee or tea while listening to great poetry. There’s an open mic as well. Poetry does grow in Park Slope, Brooklyn.




Brownstone Poets presents:

Gregory Crosby and Sarah Sarai


Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Starts at 7:30 p.m. (new time) – Sign up at 7:15 p.m.


Café Dada

57 Seventh Avenue (at the corner of Lincoln Place)
Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY 11217
718-622-2800

Subways:

2 or 3 to Grand Army Plaza
B or Q to Seventh Avenue
F or G to Seventh Avenue (9th Street)
R to Union Street, plus a bit of a walk.

http://www.hopstop.com/

$4 donation + food/drink - Open-Mic

Curated by Patricia Carragon

pcarragon@gmail.com

brownstonepoets.blogspot.com


patriciacarragon8.wordpress.com/




Gregory Crosby used to be an art critic, but then thought better of it. His poetry has appeared in several journals, including Court Green, Epiphany, Copper Nickel, Leveler, Ping Pong, & Rattle. In 2002, as a poetry consultant to the City of Las Vegas, he was instrumental in the creation of the Lewis Avenue Poets Bridge, a public art project in downtown Las Vegas. His dedicatory poem for the project, “The Long Shot,” was subsequently reproduced in bronze and installed in the park, and was included in the 2008 anthology Literary Nevada: Writings from the Silver State (University of Nevada Press). He is co-editor of the online poetry journal Lyre Lyre, and is currently co-curator of the long-running EARSHOT reading series. 




Sarah Sarai is the love child of a swimming pool and the Long Island Sound. Her poems are in Boston Review, Threepenny Review, POOL, Pank, Lyre Lyre, Ping Pong Journal (of the Henry Miller Memorial Library). They are in anthologies including Say It Loud: Poems About James Brown (Whirlwind) and Gathered: Contemporary Quaker Poets (Sundress); in her collection, The Future Is Happy (BlazeVOX), and the chapbooks I Feel Good (Beard of Bees) and Emily Dickinson’s Coconut Face (Dusie Kollektiv). Her fiction is in Fairy Tale Review, Tampa Review, Homestead Review, and more. She reviews for The Rumpus and Lambda Literary; is contributing editor at The Writing Disorder; blogs at My 3,000 Loving Arms.

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