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Terry M. Dugan, Isabella Piacentino, and Rob Wright: Virtual Poetry Reading
April 9 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pmFree
Virtual Poetry Reading: Terry M. Dugan, Isabella Piacentino, and Rob Wright
Meeting ID: 827 6872 9107 – Passcode: 896169
Terry M. Dugan writes poetry and prose about the collateral damage people suffer from wars, gun violence and the AIDS/addiction epidemic. Her work has appeared in Alimentum, Bellevue Literary Review, Womens’ Studies Quarterly, A&U Magazine, New Verse News, Inkwell and numerous anthologies including Poetry Ink, The Anthology of New England Poets and Fingernails Across the Chalkboard: Poetry and Prose on HIV/AIDS from the Black Diaspora. She has read at the United Nations, Hudson Valley Writers Center, Moonstone Arts Center, Hudson Valley Center for the Contemporary Arts, and Bowery Poetry Club, Bread and Roses Gallery, Fordham University, and on nytalkradio.net.
Isabella Piacentino is studying to be a high school English teacher at Temple. You can find her work in Moonstone Art Center’s New Voices #3 and Featured Poets Anthology, as well as in Hyphen (Temple’s Literary Magazine) and on the websites of Yikes Magazine, Anti-Herion, and Short Edition. When she is not writing, she is jamming out to her “middle school dance 2009-2013” playlist or (most likely) sifting through mountains of homework.
Rob Wright has now chosen to spend his time writing after working for three decades in film production, He currently serves as associate fiction editor for Able Muse, and has been awarded three Fellowships in Literature from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. He has twice been nominated for the Pushcart Prize, and has published fiction, reviews, and poetry in Able Muse, Angle, Big City Lit, the Evansville Review, Measure, Rattle, String Poet, and the Schuylkill Valley Journal. A finalist for the Howard Nemerov Sonnet Award, he recently was awarded the Frost Farm Prize for Metrical Poetry and was honored to give a reading at the home of Frost in Derry, New Hampshire.
Hosted by Larry Robin. Open Reading Follows.