Monday, April 4, 2011

Celebrate The Big Book of Daniel!

From Bottom Dog Press:

A series of readings for the book by Thompson’s friends and fellow poets is planned during April, National Poetry Month. 

They include:
April 5 at 7:30 pm, Room 214, Oscar Ritchie Hall, 225 Terrace Drive, Kent State University, sponsored by the Wick Poetry Center ; 
April 13 at 7 pm at Mac’s Backs, 1820 Coventry Road, Cleveland Heights; 
Sunday April 17, 2-5 pm at Nighttown jazz club on Cedar Road, Cleveland with Ray McNiece and Tongue-n-Groove, and musicians Joe Hunter, James Onysko of Drumplay and others; 
April 21, 7 pm at The Algebra Tea House in Little Italy; 
April 30, 7:00 pm at Lakewood Public Library auditorium; 
May 17 Shaker Heights Library, Bertram Woods, 7:00 pm, 

Friends and fellow poets are invited to come share one or two poems from the book, as well as any poems written for Daniel. 

Publisher and fellow poet, Larry Smith, states, “We invite others to join us in celebrating Daniel Thompson’s life and the release of The Big Book of Daniel.”

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