Reminder: Tish Camp, Jack Cooper, Moe Seager —Sat June 26 at 2 pm EST


Brownstone Poets on Zoom

Saturday, June 26 from 2 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. EST

Our June 26 features are:

Tish Camp

Jack Cooper

Moe Seager

Plus a limited open mic. 

$5 Contribution

Your $5 contribution keeps our annual anthology in print and pays our features. 

Hosted by Patricia Carragon, our Brooklyn girl and Editor-in-Chief.

Please follow directions below, completing both steps at least two days before the reading to avoid delays entering the meeting room. Note the order of the open mic follows the order of signup. Sign up early to read early in the program. Last minute signup means you will read at the end of program.

Please follow these instructions:

Step 1: Make your $5 contribution:
(Note that your contribution is not refundable.)

Step 2: Register in advance for this meeting:

Step 3: After making your contribution and completing your registration, you will receive a confidential confirmation email containing your unique link to join the event.

Looking forward to seeing you at our June reading! 

For your convenience here is the link to our Facebook event page:


Tish Camp

Tish Camp – London born Trinidadian / Irish feminist published poet, artist and theatre maker. She performs internationally and consciously. She is lipstick, boots, politics, and verse! Nominated for 2019 Gloucestershire Poet Laureate, she won a Paper Nations 2020 commission as a marginalised writer for South West England. Featured and performed across UK, Ireland, Paris, Nashville, Australia, New York at poetry events – ‘Write and Release’, ‘Raised Voices’, UN Stand up Against Racism, – ‘Itch it Out’ Glasgow, ‘They Call Me Mitch’, San Francisco, The Word is Write Albuquerque, New Mexico and at San Francisco’s longest running poetry venue, ‘Sacred Grounds’.

Jack Cooper

John Jack Jackie (Edward) Cooper is the creator of These Are Aphorithms (, author of Ten (Poets Wear Prada, 2012), Ten … more (Poets Wear Prada, 2016), and translator of Wax Women, with French texts of the original poems by Jean-Pierre Lemesle(International Art Office: Paris, 1985). His work has appeared widely, in print and online, including (not so long ago) Brownstone Poets 2013. “Slouching Toward Bushwick,” a collection of his Brooklyn poems, is forthcoming soon from Poets Wear Prada. A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, he is editor and co-publisher of Poets Wear Prada, a small press based in Hoboken, New Jersey. He lives in Paris.

Moe Seager

Moe Seager (Paris Calling)is a poet and Jazz & blues vocalist who sings his poems on stages in Paris, New York and elsewhere and has recorded 2 jazz poetry c.d.s. Seager founded and hosts Angora Poets (Paris) World Caffé, 100 Thousand Poets for Change, Paris and was one of the founders of le Fédération des Poètes Paris. Seager has read his work on National Public Radio Weekend Edition, Europe 1 radio Paris and Radio Nova Paris. Seager was a founding member of WYEP fm Pittsburgh, 1973. He has collections of poetry and currently publishes with Onslaught press, Oxford, U.K. @ His works are translated in French, Italian, Russian and Arabic. 

Other poetry collections are issued from the French Ministry of Culture, Dream Bearers,1990. One World, Cairo Press in Arabic translation, 2004. We Want Everything in French translation, les Temps des Cirises, Paris, 1994. Perhaps, La Maison de la Poésie, Grenoble, France, 2006. Fishermen and Pool Sharks Busking editions, London, 1992. Seager won a Golden Quill Award (USA) for investigative journalism, In Pittsburgh Weekly. weekly1989 and received an International Human Rights award from the Zepp foundation, 1990 for his war correspondence.

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