Readings in person

I have not done any in-person readings in awhile (thanks to covid and fibromyalgia); but I will be returning to Philly’s jawn environs on the 28th of December at the lovely Irish pub, Fergie’s, 1214 Sansom St., and well worth a visit if you can. Moonstone Arts Center hosts readings at Fergie’s fairly regularly. Moonstone’s Larry Robin published my latest chapbook, Strange Ladies.

I’m not at all sure I am ready to present in public again after so long a time away; yes, I teach–but it is not quite the same experience as reading poetry to a beer-consuming adult audience. Nonetheless, I’m excited about a post-holiday reading in the City of Brotherly Love! Philadelphia hosted me early in my poetry “career,” and fond memories surround the city.

Wednesday December 28, 2022
Live at Fergie’s Pub, 1214 Sansom Street, Philadelphia PA
And on Zoom – Registration Required. Register Below!
Register Here

Also, January 9 at 4 pm, if you are local enough to the Lehigh Valley of PA to attend an event at the Parkland Library (Allentown) at 4pm, please consider coming to my book talk and reading!

In May of 2023, I’ll once again be reading in Reading (PA). So–time to practice my reading skills and choose poems I can sensibly present effectively at readings. Whew–work ahead. Meanwhile, just getting through the holidays, and the vicissitudes of contemporary long-distance travel (read: travails), have been challenge enough for this particular writer. And this particular winter.


Noel, folks.

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