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regional authors will be on hand doing readings and selling their publications
at the Riverside Park Ampitheatre, both days. Exciting
poetry and regional authors on tap!
poets of the New Bridge Group will read their poems! ~ some with accompanying
sept 21: HOST – Matt Wolf
1:00 pm - Welcome and Tribute to Bill Marley (Cleveland Wall)
1:15 pm – Margaret Campbell, poet
1:30 pm – Danielle Notaro, poet, author of Limn the Mask; available
2:00 pm – Grant Clauser, poet, author of The Trouble With Rivers, blog
2:30 pm – Nancy Scott, poet and essayist
3:00 pm – Matt Wolf, poet
3:20 pm - Lisa DeVuono, poet, author of Poems from the Playground of
3:40 pm – Geri Ann McLaughlin, poet
4:00 pm – Easton Public Library Children’s Poetry Troupe
4:30 pm – Poems from Poetry Writers in the Schools; website
September 22: HOST – Cleveland Wall
1:00 – “Went to School,” a poetry and dance collaboration by Margaret
1:20 – Matthew Crain, nonfiction writer (right) 'Reading Dubliners'
with HOST – Cleveland Wall. NOTE:
parents, this one is 'PG/R'-rated
– Deda Kavanagh, poet, author of Bicycle Through A Covered Bridge; available
2:00 - Wilberto Sicard, spoken word artist
2:15 pm – Danielle Notaro, poet, author of Limn the Mask; available
2:30 pm – Bernadette McBride, poet, author of Waiting for the Light
to Change; see her blog
HOST – Danielle Notaro
3:00 pm – Poetry and music collaboration by Nur Alima SchieBeare and
Donnie Clouser III;
Donnie’s music on SoundCloud.
3:40 pm – Susan Weaver, poet
4:00 pm – “Odeon: Theater of the Mind,” a poetry and music collaboration
by Cleveland Wall and Michael Wall; find Cleveland's
website here. Michael’s music is on SoundCloud.
Wall if you would like more info on the poetry & authors New Bridge
Group and their performaces at the Riverside Festival of the Arts.
In case of a rain event, we will re-locate to the cozy second floor of
Two Rivers Brewpub
* thanks two rivers!!
Stay tuned via:
2013 festival will be a BLAST!
> The 'childrens
poetry troupe' is a performance group of ten talented youngsters between
the ages of 8 and 14. Their program includes poems that are funny, serious,
and heartwarming by poets from Shel Silverstein to Robert Louis Stevenson.
The poems are performed from memory with props and costumes, sometimes
as solos, sometimes as duets or in groups. Photo here is four troupe
members performed last summer at the Lions Club of Easton.
West Ward Easton author Matthew Crain opens his fedEx delivery of his
freshly-published 'Reading Dubliners' Sept. 2013.