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Virtual Reading: Five New Chapbooks from the Moonstone Press

March 31 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Free

5 New Chapbooks from the Moonstone Press:

Carey Hunter Davis, Peter F. Murphy, Leonard Neufeldt, Monika Wysong, Seki’afua Zankel, with Larry Robin

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Carey Hunter Davis began writing poetry as a day dreaming fourth grader once she realized words could enhance day dreaming. Her days are spent in writing and reading poetry. Recently dancingirlpress published a collection of her poems, “THE A POEMS.”  Her work has also been published by the journals: Poeming Pidgeon, Echoes, Black Panda Press and the collections: Island of Geese and Stars, The Weird World Rolls On, Sarasvati Takes Pegasus As Her Mount, as well as other venues. It’s The Way We Live $10.00 (ISBN 978-1-946150-75-2) https://square.online/app/store/users/129102844/sites/541329794836208511/#/store/products/245

 

 

 

Peter F. Murphy grew up on the St. Lawrence River in Alexandria Bay, NY, the Heart of the Thousand Islands, where he learned to shoot pool and ice fish. His poems have appeared in the Birmingham Poetry Review, New Madrid, and The Café Review. His critical work includes three books on men and masculinity: Studs, Tools, and the Family Jewels: Metaphors Men Live By; Fictions of Masculinity; and Feminism and Masculinities. Maps of Three Continents, $10.00 (ISBN 978-1-94615077-6) https://moonstone-arts-center.square.site/product/murphy-peter-f-maps-of-three-continents/250?cs=true&cst=custom

 

 

 

Leonard Neufeldt “The philosopher George Santayana defined life as the fixation of significant points of interest in the flux of experience. In our interactions with our human world, certain moments in our relationships offer more than just a transient happening and a brush stroke of memory; they take on a kind of “life meaning” deeply implicated in our own lives. The poems focus on particular tensions and burdens of a strong interaction with the human community.  Figures in Time, $10.00 (ISBN 978-1-946150-76-9) https://square.online/app/store/users/129102844/sites/541329794836208511/#/store/products/243

 

 

 

Monika Wysong is a Philadelphia based poet, playwright and psychotherapist. Her play, Laundromat, appeared on Philadelphia’s PBS station, and she has been a semi-finalist in the Louisville Actors’ Theater playwriting competition. Her poems have appeared in American Writing. “ Monika Wysong has given us poems of the body othered by trauma and reclaimed through identification with the natural world.” J .C. Todd, author of The Damages of Morning. Poems for The Rest of Us, $10.00 (ISBN 978-1-946150-78-3 https://moonstone-arts-center.square.site/product/wysong-monika-poems-for-the-rest-of-us/253?cs=true&cst=custom

 

 

 

Sekai’afua Zankel, actor, writer, and poet, She is the author of Behind These Eyes/Optical Poems, and a winner of the Leeway Foundation, Art and Change Grant for her Poetry Play, Miss Pearl’s Spirit: In the Mysteries of Mirrors. Her poems have been published In the CAP literary magazine, “Poetry Ink”, several Anthologies, and in “Apiary”, 7 Power Issue. Sekai lives in Philadelphia with her husband, musician Bobby Zankel. What I Heard, $10.00 (ISBN 978-946150-66-0) https://moonstone-arts-center.square.site/product/zankel-sekai-afua-what-i-heard/248?cs=true&cst=custom

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Moonstone Arts Center

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