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137 Andover St
North Andover, MA 01845
Art, Lectures & Conferences, Performing Arts, Virtual & Streaming
A live poetry reading with Lynne Viti and Heather Bryant.
We will use Zoom for this virtual event.
Space is limited. Pre-registration required.
All ticket holders will be emailed the Zoom link the day before the program from our Engagement Manager.
Your support is greatly appreciate at this time. This program has a suggested ticket price of $5 for participants who are in a position to do so. All interested parties are welcome regardless of donation ability.
About our featured Poets:
LYNNE VITI, a native of Baltimore, is a lecturer emerita in the Writing Program at Wellesley College.
She is the author of two poetry collections, Baltimore Girls (2017) and The Glamorganshire Bible (2018), and a short story collection, Going Too Fast (2020). Her poetry, nonfiction and fiction have appeared in over 150 journals and anthologies, including The Wire: Urban Decay and American Television, The Baltimore Sun, Welcome to the Neighborhood, Bad Hombres& Nasty Women, and Callinectes Sapidus. She has been awarded recognition in the WOMR/Joe Gouveia Outermost Poetry Contest, the Allen Ginsberg Poetry Contest, and the Glimmer Train Short Fiction Contest, and has been nominated for the Best of the Net Anthology and the Mass Book Award.
Viti lives in Massachusetts with her family.
HEATHER CORBALLY BRYANT, PhD, teaches in the Writing Program at Wellesley College. She has taught at the University of Michigan, Harvard College, and the Pennsylvania State University where she won awards for her teaching. The author of How Will the Heart Endure: Elizabeth Bowen and the Landscape of War, she is the author of 9 books of poetry. Her most recent book, Practicing Yoga in a Former Shoe Factory, is forthcoming in the summer of 2020. Her poems have been nominated for a Massachusetts Book Award, and a Puschcart Prize. James Joyce’s Water Closet won honorable mention in the Finishing Line Press Chapbook Competition in 2017.
Books of Poetry:
Cheap Grace (2011), Lottery Ticket (2013), Compass Rose (2015), My Wedding Dress (2016), Thunderstorm (2017), Eve's Lament (2018), James Joyce's Water Closet (2018), Leaving Santorini (2019), forthcoming: Practicing Yoga in a Former Shoe Factory (2020).
How Will the Heart Endure: Elizabeth Bowen and the Landscape of War (1992).
You Can't Wrap Fire in Paper (2017).
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