New! 2 HEADS Series
Clayton Fine Books
317 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
The concept of this series is to feature writers with "day jobs" that, for the most part, appear (at least at first glance) to be different from their artistic proclivities. Each featured writer will share his/her work interspersed with comments/insights as to how that work is or isn't influenced by the "day job." An audience/writer Q&A follows the reading.
The 2 HEADS Series will take place at (and in support of as it's closing in 7 months and will be a loss dearly felt) Clayton Fine Books (Cam and Donna Northouse, proprietors). This bookstore/café (just a hop, skip, jump from the Enoch Pratt Free Library), in a charmingly renovated two-story building, offers some 35,000 out-of-print books in literature, fine arts, history, and biography.
The 2 HEADS Series is offered on the Third Sunday of the month at 3 p.m. - beginning May 18 and running through October 19.
So, please plan to join us and grab a sandwich, soup, or snack while sipping some of the amazing coffees and teas at the wonderful café that’s part of Clayton Fine Books.
May 18 ~ The 2 HEADS Series opens with Christopher T. George ~
Christopher T. George has had poetry in Poet Lore, Smoke, Bogg, Lite, Maryland Poetry Review, and online at Crescent Moon Journal, Electric Acorn, Melic Review, Painted Moon Review, Pierian Springs, the poetry (WORM), and Web Del Sol Review. His work has been anthologized in Poets Gone Wild Anthology (Wild Poetry Press, 2005), Mind Mutations: A Collection (Sun Rising Press, 2005), and Living on Hope Street, a collection honoring the naming of Liverpool, England (Chris's home town) as European Capital of Culture 2008.
Chris is also the editor of Desert Moon Review and an editor at Writer's Block Poetry Workshop Additionally, he is co-editor, with Jim Doss, of the electronic and print magazine Loch Raven Review.
~~ Day Job: Medical editor at the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists in Washington, D.C. since 2000.
Your cheerful hosts for The 2 HEADS Series are Reginald Harris and Rosemary Klein - operating under the aegis of The Maryland State Poetry & Literary Society (MSP&LS) and Three Conditions Press.
Tuesday, May 13, 2008
Posted by Christopher T. George at 6:00 AM