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Rutkowski and Quatroche pack the house

We had a packed house at 3 Sisters Corner Café for The Fox Chase Reading Series Featured Poets Reading with Thaddeus Rutkowski and Vincent Quatroche.  Open mic readers included Joe Roarty, Hanoch Guy, Rodger Lowenthal, Jacob Russell, Noah Cutler, Mike Cohen, David Matthew, Krystle Griffin and Michael Pollock. For photographs of the reading please visit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/12065560@N04/sets/72157614581079088/

Enjoy the summer!

Thad and Vincent at the end of this month

Don’t forget June 26th- Rutkowski and Quatroche in Fox Chase

You can have a preview of our featured poets by visiting YOUTUBE.

Thaddeus Rutkowski on YOUTUBE at this link: http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=thaddeus+rutkowski

Vincent Quatroche on YOUTUBE at his link: http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=vincent+quatroche&aq=f

Coming Soon:

June Edition of  The Fox Chase Review

Summer News from The Fox Chase Review

The Summer Edition of The Fox Chase Review will be released shortly.

June 26th- Rutkowski and Quatroche in Fox Chase

JULY 31ST- POETS IN THE PARK 

August 21st – POETS ON THE PORCH at Ryerss Museum and Library

Our book reviews will resume in September

Enjoy the summer! We hope to see you on June 26th for Thad and Vincent and on July 31st for a magical evening of poetry in the park.  New announcements will be posted on the release of the magazine and poets in the park.

June 26th- Rutkowski and Quatroche in Fox Chase

June 26th 2pm  

Featured Poets Reading at 3 Sisters Corner Café, 7950 Oxford Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 19111. The Fox Chase Reading Series presents Featured Poets Thaddeus Rutkowski and Vincent Quatroche followed by an open mic.

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Thaddeus Rutkowski  is the author of the novels Tetched and Roughhouse. Both books were finalists for an Asian American Literary Award. Thaddeus teaches fiction writing at the Writer’s Voice of the West Side YMCA in Manhattan. You can read the poetry of Thaddeus Rutkowski in The Fox Chase Review at these links: http://www.foxchasereview.org/09AW/11-TRutkowski.html and http://www.foxchasereview.org/09WS/09-ThaddeusRutkowski.html 

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Vincent Quatroche of Dunkirk, New York has been writing for over thirty years. His fifth collection of poetry, prose and short stories entitled The Terrible Now was released in 2009 through Xlibris Press. A persistently cryptic and annoying presence on the poetry circuit in the Northeast region of the United States attempts to silence him have been unsuccessful. In addition, Quatroche works in the spoken word/sonic landscape media and has released numerous projects on tape/CD in the last two decades. A new CD entitled Vanishing Breed was released in 2009. Of course Quatroche doesn’t make a living doing any of things, relying on being employed as a career education at area colleges and correctional facilities, where his students (and inmates) find him equally persistent, cryptic and annoying. You can read the poetry of Vincent Quatroche in The Fox Chase Review at these links: http://www.foxchasereview.org/2008/04-VincentQuatroche.html  http://www.foxchasereview.org/08AW/11-VincentQuatroche.html and http://www.foxchasereview.org/09AW/12-VQuatroche.html

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3 Sisters Corner Cafe is located one block from the SEPTA R-8 Station which is a 15 minute ride from Market East Station and across the street from the SEPTA Route 18 Bus Loop..

For Directions to our venue please visit: Philadelphia Poetry Map on Google

 

A Diffferent Welcome for Spring

Vincent Quatroche welcomes spring to Gridville in a way only Quatroche can. Read it at this link: http://www.rubbereden.com/?id=poetry

Quatroche reads with Thaddeus Rutkowski in Fox Chase on June 26th. For a  complete listing for 2010 Fox Chase Reading Series “Featured Poets Reading” please visit: http://www.foxchasereview.org/09AW/Docs/2010FoxChaseReadingSeriesFlyer.pdf

New CD release from Quatroche

Vincent Quatroche a poet and short story writer from western New York has released a CD of Sonic Landscapes entitled  Vanishing Breed 1987-1997 Re-Mastered Cassette Collection of Works rescued from the obsolete Technology of Rubber Eden 2009

 The CD is a re-mastered collection of 21 tracks from four early releases on cassette. Quatroche has featured at The Fox Chase Reading Series and has been published in The Fox Chase Review:

 2008 WS; 2008 AW ; 2009 AW 

Vanishing Breed 1987-1997 Re-Mastered Cassette Collection of Works rescued from the Obsolete Technology of Rubber Eden 2009 can be purchased via paypal by visiting

http://www.rubbereden.com/?id=media

Fox Chase Reading Series 2010 Schedule

The Fox Chase Reading Series is on hiatus for the rest of this year. Our 2010 season kicks off on January 12 with “2nd Tuesdays Poetry Open Mic” at The Blue Ox Bistro followed by our featured poet series at 3 Sisters Corner Café on January 30th

THE 2010 FOX CHASE READING SERIES 

Winter/Spring 2010 Edition of The Fox Chase Review 

The Winter/Spring 2010 Edition of The Fox Chase Review will be released sometime in January of 2010. This edition will feature both poetry and fiction. We will keep you posted on the release date.  

2ND Tuesdays Poetry Open Mic 

2nd Tuesdays Poetry Open Mic will be on hiatus for the rest of 2010

Featured Poets Series 

The Fox Chase Review sponsors the Featured Poets Series @ 3 Sisters Corner Café in the Fox Chase section of Philadelphia, Pa. We are pleased to present these dynamic poets. All readings begin at 2pm and an open mic follows the featured poets. 

The Poets 

January 30th – Lynn Levin and Dan Maguire

February 27th – Samantha Barrow and Joe Roarty

March 27th – Peter Krok and Bill Van Buskirk

April 24th – Leonard Gontarek and Amy Small McKinney

May 22nd–  J.C. Todd and Diane Sahms Guarnieri

June 26th – Vincent Quatroche and Thaddeus Rutkowski

September 25th – Michelle Belloumini and Thomas Devaney

October 23rd – Mike Cohen and Hanoch Guy

November 27th – Louis McKee and Jeffrey Ethan Lee

December 18th –  Dave Worrell and Ish Klein 

*All FCRS events are free but we do encourage you to support our venues.  

For more information on our reading series and our featured poets please visit:

http://www.foxchasereview.org/Welcome.html