Monday, January 31, 2011

PerVerse poetry reading at the Hamilton Art Gallery, February 18 (Hamilton 21214)

February 18, 2011 
8:00 pm
PerVerse - Where The Arts Get Twisted
Poetry reading with features Patric Pepper and Mary Ann Larkin,
and open mic.

Hamilton Art Gallery
5502 Harford Road
Baltimore, MD 21214
Sponsored by Poetry in Baltimore and hosted by Julie Fisher.

Julie Fisher 443-418-4762

Patric Pepper was born, and lives, in Washington D.C. His poems have appeared in various magazines and anthologies, including Confrontation, The Distillery, Medicinal Purposes Literary Review and The Comstock Review. His chapbook, Zoned Industrial, was published by Poet to Poet, Richmond Hill, New York, in 2000 as the first annual Medicinal Purposes Chapbook Contest winner. His Poem “Judas Tree” won the 1998 Muriel Craft Bailey Award from The Comstock Review. Since 1982 he has been a member of the Capitol Hill Poetry Group, which published a twentieth anniversary anthology, The Other Side of the Hill, 1975-1995, Forest Woods Media Productions Inc., 1996.

Mary Ann Larkin is a poet, writer, teacher and former fund-raising and publications consultant to nonprofit organizations. The Coil of the Skin, a book of poems, was published by Washington Writers Publishing House in 1982. She is the author of four chapbooks: White Clapboard, by Carol Allen of Philadelphia; The DNA of the Heart with Patric Pepper, published by Pond Road Press; A Shimmering That Goes With Us by Finishing Line Press in 2005; and gods & flesh by Plan B Press in early 2007. Her poems have appeared in Poetry Ireland Review, New Letters, Poetry Greece and numerous other magazines, as well as in more than twenty local and national anthologies, including America In Poetry and Loving, a poetry and art series published by Harry N. Abrams Inc. of New York.