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Esposito and Lee in Fox Chase – November 30th

The Fox Chase Reading Series is pleased to present our Featured Poets/Writers Reading on November 30th with Lynette G. Esposito and Jeffrey Ethan Lee at Ryerss Museum and Library, 7370 Central Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. 19111. .  The reading will begin @ 1p.m. in the second floor gallery of the museum. The features will be followed by an open reading.

IMG_9260Lynette G. Esposito, MA, Rutgers, has been published in Readers Digest, The Philadelphia Inquirer, US1, various literary magazines and others. She lives with her husband, Attilio, in Mount Laurel, New Jersey. You can read the poetry of Lynette G. Esposito in The Fox Chase Review at this link:

JELeeJeffrey Ethan Lee is a poet, writer, co-director and senior poetry editor for Many Mountains Moving,  ( ) He  Blogs, ( ),  on themes of interest to poets & writers. You can read the poetry of Jeffrey Ethan Lee in The Fox Chase Review at this link:

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A Look Back at the Autumn/Winter 2008 Edition of The Fox Chase Review

fox chase clock in snow

Amy Ouzoonian

Frank Sherlock

CA Conrad

Ellen Peckham

75 Years Of ‘Colossal Poets’ And Live Literature At NYC’s 92nd Street Y


W.H. Auden at the 92nd Street Y Poetry Center in 1966.- Diane Dorr-Dorynek/Courtesy of the 92nd Street Y

W.H. Auden at the 92nd Street Y Poetry Center in 1966.- Diane Dorr-Dorynek/Courtesy of the 92nd Street Y

Rosenbloom and Wunder Inspire at Ryerss


Featured poets Robert Rosenbloom and Bill Wunder delighted the crowd with their reading today. The featured poets were followed in the open mic by: Lynette Esposito and Rodger Lowenthal

More photographs of the event here:

Poetry in the News…









Beloved poet, teacher remembered

Poetry runs deep in fabric of Georgia city

Collected Poems of Lesbia Harford shines light on an overlooked poet

The wit, wisdom and poetry of Hunter Pence

‘The Storm of Reality’: Chinese Poetic Voices From the Lower Tier of Society

Why Roger McGough is on a mission to bring poetry to the people

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Poetry Rules the Aspen Off-Season


Contemporary Poetry Section at Ryerss Continues to Grow

IMG_0364The contemporary poetry section at Ryerss Museum and Library has doubled in size over the last few months. Books in this section are donated by The Fox Chase Review after completing book reviews and by poets/writers reading at The Fox Chase Reading Series. Books submitted for review at FCR that are not reviewed are also donated to the CPS at Ryerss. Staff reviewers who do not live in the area retain copies of books they receive.

Our book review policy is at this link:

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