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MSA PPS launches 2011 readings

Posted by Violet Nesdoly on March 22, 2011

Twelve poetry aficionados met on Monday March 21st at the Clearbrook Library to kick off MSA Poets Potpourri Society’s 2011 season of readings.

Ten readers participated in the open mic, sharing poems on a variety of subjects. We heard about cows and blueberries, winter and spring, love and pain in poems that made us remember, question, reflect, sympathize, laugh and, above all, think.

Don’t miss our next event, the first Blue Moon Reading of the year – Monday, April 18th, 6:30-8:30 at the Clearbrook Library. It will consist of poems read by featured reader Elizabeth Bachinsky as well as an open mic.

Everyone is invited to this free event.

For more local events of interest to poets, click on the Poetry Around Town tab for information.


2 Responses to “MSA PPS launches 2011 readings”

  1. Auhors on the Peninsula

    From the edgy young poet to the seasoned master and everything in between. Enjoy a cup of coffee, a small sweet and allow yourself to be enveloped in the rich evocative language of the poet. Featuring Taylor Prescott, Ben Nuttall-Smith, Chris Levenson, Manolis Aligizakis, and special guest Leona Gom. Registration required.

    Sunday, Apil 3 1:30 – 3:30 pm at the White Rock Library
    15342 Buena Vista | White Rock, BC | 604-541-2201
    | 604-541-2201

  2. vnesdoly said

    Thanks, Ben,
    I will also add your event to our “Poetry Around Town” page.

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