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Write On Site: Fitz Henry Lane Park

Tue. Apr 28, 2015
At 12:00 PM.
Fitz Henry Lane Park, Harbor Loop
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Jay Livernois on Charles Boer.

Wed. Apr 29, 2015
At 7:30 PM.
GWC, 126 East Main Street
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Sandy Tolan

Sun. May 3, 2015
At 7:00 PM.
Gloucester City Hall, Dale Avenue
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Open Mic

Mon. May 4, 2015
At 7:30 PM.
GWC, 126 East Main Street
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Working Waterfront Writers Group

Tue. May 5, 2015
At 7:30 PM.
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Charlotte Gordon

Wed. May 6, 2015
At 7:30 PM.
GWC, 126 East Main Street
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Diggers: Eugenics

Wed. May 13, 2015
At 7:30 PM.
GWC, 126 East Main Street
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Barbara Oliver:Social Media Workshop

Sat. May 16, 2015
At 2:00 PM.
GWC, 126 East Main Street
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News


Shahar Bram Reads Tuvia Ruebner’s first poem in Hebrew


 


Veronica Golos


From The Lost Notebook of Mary Day Brown, Elba, New York, late evening, December 6, 1859  (5 days after the hanging of my husband John Brown.) This morning they began to arrive. First one in a small wagon, his young son beside him. Then an entire family, three children, father mother, grandmother. Even some we […]


International Women’s Day at The Gloucester Writers Center


    On Sunday afternoon March 8, over 25 women gathered at the Writers Center to read from the work of their favorite women writers. As the event began the room filled up with more people, some who came just to listen. Chairs were set up in two large circles, one inside the other and […]


Jeff Johnson on his residency at the GWC


    Many thanks again to you and the Board for your generosity in allowing me the time at GWC.  The uninterrupted time to work on the bibliography was much appreciated!  As a retreat it was perfect; quiet and comfortable, yet close enough to everything in and around Gloucester so that I never felt isolated.  […]


Check out a story from our last Fish Tales by Russell Sherman



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Ralph Maud:
12/24/1928−12/8/2014


It is with great sadness that we report the passing of Ralph Maud. Ralph was scheduled to deliver this year’s Charles Olson Lecture, but was forced to cancel the engagement owing to his declining health. A colleague and friend of the poet Charles Olson in the 1960s, Maud went on to become a highly respected […]