Belluomini and Kozinski in Fox Chase October 28th

Join us for our last reading of 2012!

The Fox Chase Reading Series presents our featured poet/writers reading on October 28th @ 2pm featuring the poetry of Michele Belluomini and David Kozinski at Ryerss Museum and Library, 7370 Central Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. 19111. The Featured Poets will be followed by an open mic.

Michelle A. Belluomini is a poet, storyteller and librarian. Her work has been published in journals such as The Mad Poets ReviewPoetry MotelAmerican WritingAPR: Philly Edition, and most recently in the anthology COMMONWEALTH: Contemporary Poets on Pennsylvania. Her chapbook, Crazy Mary & Others won the 2004 Plan B Press Poetry competition. You can read the poetry of Michele A. Belluomini in The Fox Chase Review at these links:2008 WS2009 WS2009 AW

David P. Kozinski won the 7th Annual Dogfish Head Poetry Prize for his chapbook,Loopholes, published by the Broadkill Press. He has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize by the editors of the Schuylkill Valley Journal and the Mad Poets Review. He received the Dr. Eugene J. Szatkowski Achievement Award from the Americans of Polish Descent Cultural Society (AMPOL) for his poetry and visual art. You can read the poetry of David Kozinski in The Fox Chase Review at this link: http://www.foxchasereview.org/12WS/DavidPKozinski.html

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2 responses to “Belluomini and Kozinski in Fox Chase October 28th

  1. Pingback: Books by Belluomini and Kozinski | Fox Chase Review

  2. Reblogged this on UnIambic and commented:
    Great line-up and the Ryerss Museum is one of the coolest venues for a reading.

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