WEB SITE CHANGE FOR
PATRICIA CARRAGON/ THE BROWNSTONE POETS:
Please don’t use the http://patricia.carragon.home.attt.net/ one. This is disappearing on March 31!
Tuesday, May 4th
Patricia Carragon reads in Park Slope
St. John-St. Matthew-Emanuel Lutheran Church
283 Prospect Avenue (Between 5th & 6th Ave.)
7:30-10 pm. $5 donation- Park Slope, Brooklyn 11215
hosted by Bill Duke and Charles J. Butler
Directions/details: M, or R to Prospect Avenue. Walk up Prospect Ave past Fifth Avenue. Church is on the left. F train to Seventh Avenue. Walk south on Seventh Ave, pass 16th Street and make next right on Prospect Avenue. Church is second building on the right past 6th Avenue. 5 min on open mic. $5 donation.
No Brownstone Poets Reading on Sat, April 3 at Park Plaza Restaurant- Happy Pesach and Happy Easter!
The Brownstone Poets Presents:
David Elsasser, Bob Hart and Mike Marcellino on Tuesday, April 20 @ Starts at 7p.m. Sign up @ 6:45p.m. We must be out by 9p.m.
Tillies of Brooklyn
248 DeKalb Ave. (corner of Vanderbilt and DeKalb)
Brooklyn, NY 11205 Phone # (718) 783-6140
Take the J, M, R or Q trains to DeKalb Avenue, the C to Lafayette, the G to Clinton/Washington
2, 3, 4, 5 to Nevins St.
$3 Donation – plus Food/Drink – Limited Open Mic – Please keep to one poem (3 minute limit) – Curated by Patricia Carragon
David Elsasser has been a host of the Saturn Series Reading for over seven years. He has exhibited his photos of open-mic poets, and his poetry chapbook, Last Call, published by Poets Wear Prada Press, is now available.
Bob Hart has gone from middle age to old age these last years writing poetry. He has seen word scenes like 77 Barrow Street, Centerfold Coffee House, ABC No Rio and most lately, the new Pink Pony at Cornelia Street Café, hoping they enjoyed him as much as he enjoyed them.
This Tillies reading is the second time he’s read for The Brownstone Poets.
Mike Marcellino, a Vietnam war correspondent and award-winning journalist, continues to write stories and poems about people, places and things. Mike has added a twist: with musicians the stories become a unique blend of music and spoken word. He’s performed in New York City, Cleveland, Tulsa and Baltimore. Mike is listed #49 among the Top Folk Artists in New York City on the music website ReverbNation. His new recordings include Flatbush, Amelia Earhart, soft silver wings, and The Walls of Fire. He surfs and writes about that too (Bondi Beach). His writing appears in Coventry Street Fair Anthology and Stain Glass Confessional II and online at Outsider Writers, Red Fez, Literary Fever and Universe of Poetry. Mike hosts Notebook Writer Blog Talk Radio show on writers and the arts.