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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

http://www.foxchasereview.org/08AW/10-AmyOuzoonian.html

Frank Sherlock

http://www.foxchasereview.org/08AW/13-FrankSherlock.html

CA Conrad

http://www.foxchasereview.org/08AW/14-CAConrad.html

Ellen Peckham

http://www.foxchasereview.org/08AW/06-EllenPeckham.html

From The Archives

MelBrake (1)

A Poem by Mel Brake

http://www.foxchasereview.org/2008/12-MelBrake.html

1AmyOuzoonian

2 poems by Amy Ouzoonian

http://www.foxchasereview.org/08AW/10-AmyOuzoonian.html

GrazianoN

2 poems by Nathan Graziano

http://www.foxchasereview.org/10WS/GrazianoN.html#1

VuongOcean

3 Poems by Ocean Vuong

http://www.foxchasereview.org/10SU/OceanVuong.html

PhilipDacey

3 Poems by Philip Dacey

http://www.foxchasereview.org/11WS/PhilipDacey.html

2 AMY’S AT 3 SISTERS CORNER CAFE JUNE 27TH

Ouzoonian and King in Fox Chase June 27th

This Summer in Fox Chase

June 20th–  1pm to Midnight- 20 Wheat Beers of Summer Festival In the Outdoor Biergarten of The Blue Ox Bistro.$4.00 drafts and $4.00 eats all day!

June 27th @ 2pm- Amy Ouzoonian and Amy King at 3 Sisters Corner Café

July 14th @ 7pm- 2nd Tuesdays Poetry Open Mic at The Blue Ox Bistro

July 25th @ 2pm- Vincent Quatroche and Timothy Gager at 3 Sisters Corner Café

August 11th @ 7pm- 2nd Tuesdays Poetry Open Mic at The Blue Ox Bistro

September – Release of the Autumn/Winter 2009 edition of The Fox Chase Review

–         Our editor advised this edition is shaping up as the strongest edition yet with a solid line up of Featured and Guest Poets. 

If you are in the Fox Chase area of Philadelphia please remember to support our venues. 3 Sisters Corner Café at the corner of Barnes and Loney Streets offers a great breakfast and lunch menu with outstanding hot and cold drinks. The Blue Ox Bistro has an outstanding menu, beer specials and a great atmosphere. If you take the R-8 Septa local to Fox Chase to visit the Bistro, The Blue Ox will pay your train fare! Visit them on line at www.blueoxbistro.com 

Other points of interest: 

Ryerss Museum and Library 

The Pennypack Environmental Center 

The Fox Chase Farm

Photographs of Pennypack Park in Fox Chase, you can view as a set or slideshow 

Pennypack Park in Fox Chase- 1 

Pennypack Park in Fox Chase- 2

Enjoy the summer!

Ouzoonian and King in Fox Chase June 27th

The Fox Chase Review and The Mad Poets Society

 Present

The Fox Chase Reading Series

@ 3 Sisters Corner Café

Corner of Barnes and Loney Streets

Fox Chase Section

Philadelphia, Pa. 19111

June 27, 2009

2pm to 4pm

Featured Poets: Amy King and Amy Ouzoonian

 

Amy King is the author of I’m the Man Who Loves You and Antidotes for an Alibi, both from Blazevox Books, The People Instruments (Pavement Saw Press), and most recently, Kiss Me With the Mouth of Your Country (Dusie Press). She edits the Poetics List, sponsored by The Electronic Poetry Center (SUNY-Buffalo/University of Pennsylvania), moderates the Women’s Poetry Listserv (WOMPO), and teaches English and Creative Writing at SUNY Nassau Community College. Her poems have been nominated for several Pushcart Prizes, and she has been the recipient of a MacArthur Scholarship for Poetry. Amy King was also the 2007 Poet Laureate of the Blogosphere. She is currently editing an anthology, The Urban Poetic, forthcoming from Factory School. For information on the reading series Amy co-curates, go to The Stain of Poetry: A Reading Series blog.

 

Amy Ouzoonian is an Armenian-American poet, playwright, journalist and artist. She received her BA in Journalism and Creative Writing for the Theater from SUNY New Paltz. She is the author of Your Pill (Foothills Publishing, 2004) and is the editor of two anthologies: Skyscrapers, Taxis and Tampons (Fly By Night Press, 1999) and In the Arms of Words: Poems for Tsunami Relief (Sherman Asher Press, 2005). 

You can read the poetry of Amy King and Amy Ouzoonian in the 2008 Autumn/Winter Edition of the Fox Chase Review.

 An Open Mic follows the featured readers.

Transportation: Our venues are located one block from the Septa Fox Chase Station. The station is 15 minutes from Market East Station via the R-8 in Center City. The Fox Chase Bus Loop also services the 18 and 24

This June in Fox Chase

 The Fox Chase Review and The Blue Ox Bistro

Present

The Fox Chase Reading Series

2nd Tuesdays Poetry Open Mic

June 9, 2009

7pm to 9pm

Host: Diane Sahms-Guarnieri

 

Please join us for the “2nd Tuesdays Poetry Open Mic” at The Blue Ox Bistro located at Rhawn St. and Oxford Ave in the Fox Chase Section of Philadelphia. Come early to sign up and enjoy the great atmosphere of The Blue Ox Bistro, excellent menu and ten rotating drafts on tap.  Sign up early for the open mic by emailing us at foxchasereadingseries@yahoo.com

Transportation: Our venues are located one block from the Septa Fox Chase Station. The station is 15 minutes from Market East Station via the R-8 in Center City. If you take the R-8 to “2nd Tuesdays Poetry Open Mic” save your receipt- The Blue Ox Bistro will pay your fare!  The Fox Chase Bus Loop also services the 18 and 24. There is free parking behind the Bistro.

 

The Fox Chase Review and The Mad Poets Society

 Present

The Fox Chase Reading Series

@ 3 Sisters Corner Café

Corner of Barnes and Loney Streets

Fox Chase Section

Philadelphia, Pa. 19111

June 27, 2009

2pm to 4pm

Featured Poets: Amy King and Amy Ouzoonian 

Amy King is the author of I’m the Man Who Loves You and Antidotes for an Alibi, both from Blazevox Books, The People Instruments (Pavement Saw Press), and most recently, Kiss Me With the Mouth of Your Country (Dusie Press). She edits the Poetics List, sponsored by The Electronic Poetry Center (SUNY-Buffalo/University of Pennsylvania), moderates the Women’s Poetry Listserv (WOMPO), and teaches English and Creative Writing at SUNY Nassau Community College. Her poems have been nominated for several Pushcart Prizes, and she has been the recipient of a MacArthur Scholarship for Poetry. Amy King was also the 2007 Poet Laureate of the Blogosphere. She is currently editing an anthology, The Urban Poetic, forthcoming from Factory School. For information on the reading series Amy co-curates, go to The Stain of Poetry: A Reading Series blog. 

Amy Ouzoonian is an Armenian-American poet, playwright, journalist and artist. She received her BA in Journalism and Creative Writing for the Theater from SUNY New Paltz. She is the author of Your Pill (Foothills Publishing, 2004) and is the editor of two anthologies: Skyscrapers, Taxis and Tampons (Fly By Night Press, 1999) and In the Arms of Words: Poems for Tsunami Relief (Sherman Asher Press, 2005). 

You can read the poetry of Amy King and Amy Ouzoonian in the 2008 Autumn/Winter Edition of the Fox Chase Review

Seating on first come first serve basis

Transportation: Our venues are located one block from the Septa Fox Chase Station. The station is 15 minutes from Market East Station via the R-8 in Center City. The Fox Chase Bus Loop also services the 18 and 24 

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2009 Reading Schedule for FCRS

The Fox Chase Review and The Mad Poets Society Presents The Fox Chase Reading Series @ 3 Sisters Corner Cafe 2009 Series

 

 The readings will begin at 2pm. Two featured poets will read their works followed by an open reading. Seating is limited so come early and enjoy the fantastic menu at 3 Sisters Corner Café.

 

READING SCHEDULE- 2009

 

      JAN 31 – Mike Cohen and Thomas Devaney

      FEB 28 – Diane Sahms-Guarnieri and J.C. Todd

     MARCH 28- Justin Vitiello and Ellen Peckham

     APRIL 25 – Chad Parenteau Ray Greenblatt

     JUNE  27-  Amy King and Amy Ouzoonian

     JULY  25  Vincent Quatroche and Timothy Gager

     SEPT 26 – Frank Sherlock and CA Conrad

     OCT 31- Louis McKee and Beth Phillips Brown

     NOV 28 – Mel Brake and Adam Meora

All readings will start at 2pm 3 Sisters Corner Café is located at:

7950 Oxford Ave.(corner of Loney and Barnes) Philadelphia , Pa. 19111

www.foxchasereview.org

 

To learn more about the Mad Poets Society please visit http://www.madpoetssociety.com/