Upcoming Events


Teen Open Mic

Mon. Jul 6, 2015
At 6:00 PM.
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Open Mic

Mon. Jul 6, 2015
At 7:30 PM.
GWC, 126 East Main Street
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Janice Josephine Carney
and Marc Levy

Wed. Jul 8, 2015
At 7:30 PM.
GWC, 126 East Main Street
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Dine at Alchemy to Support the GWC

Thu. Jul 9, 2015
At 5:00 PM.
Alchemy, 3 Duncan Street
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Michael Boughn and André Spears

Wed. Jul 15, 2015
At 7:30 PM.
GWC, 126 East Main Street
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Moira Linehan and Mary Pinard

Wed. Jul 29, 2015
At 7:30 PM.
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Ron Silliman:
A Reading & Conversation on Post-Anthropocene Poetics

Wed. Aug 5, 2015
At 7:30 PM.
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Fish Tales: Waves

Fri. Aug 7, 2015
At 7:30 PM.
TBD,
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News


Music from the Poet’s Cabaret



June 20th we celebrate our 5th Anniversary!


In 2013 our third anniversary coincided with Vincent Ferrini’s centenary.  This June Vincent’s spirit returns bringing with him the ghosts of Olson and Eliot. Don’t miss it!   Here is a 2 min clip from 2013’s festivities!  


Click here if you missed 7 Ten Minute Plays!


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If you missed Rock’n Roll Fish tales here it is!



Paralyzed From the Neck Down


By Anthony Weller Wall Street Journal April 10, 2015 6:26 p.m. ET The strangest aspect of being paralyzed is that nobody ever, ever asks you what it’s like. This may be from concern over not hurting your feelings. Or not wanting to bring up the issue. Or superstition that your paralysis might be contagious if […]


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 […]