Friday Night Poetry

 

Night is relevant still / Answer my call

A glorious outing celebrating poet JACLYN PIUDIK’s full-length debut, TO SUTURE WHAT FRAYS (Kelsay Books, 2017) w/ special guest poet MARK GOLDSTEIN, last night. Resplendent.

This is how we launch. knife | fork | book

3 Replies to “Friday Night Poetry”

  1. Such a beautiful evening. Thanks to all who came out to listen and to those who have supported my poetry through the years. It was a gift to read at knife | fork | book (thank you, Kirby for your magical space), and to share the floor with my dear friend, Mark Goldstein. I am most grateful to my editor, Nick Kaschuk, without whom TO SUTURE WHAT FRAYS would not be. And to Rob Kenter for his generosity in helping with the scan of the cover photo.

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  2. Such a beautiful evening. Thanks to all who came out to listen and to those who have supported my poetry through the years. It was a gift to read at knife | fork | book (thank you, Kirby for your magical space), and to share the floor with my dear friend, Mark Goldstein. I am most grateful to my editor, Nick Kaschuk, without whom TO SUTURE WHAT FRAYS would not be. And to Rob Kenter for his generosity in helping with the scan of the cover photo.

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