Tuesday, October 31, 2006
McIntyre & Moore Booksellers hosts a reading of Ibbetson Street Press:20th Issue followed by an open micSunday, November 26, 5:00 pm
(Ibbetson Poets at the original 33 Ibbetson Street Location, in Somerville, Mass.) left to right: (front row) Linda Haviland Conte, Askia Toure, Richard Wilhelm, Marc Goldfinger, (2nd row) Rufus Goodwin,, Gloria-Deo Agbasi, Robert K. Johnson, Sue Sullivan (back row) Don DiVecchio, Doug Holder, Aldo Tambellini, Dorian Brooks, Joanne Holdridge, Jack Powers.
(Somerville, MA) McIntyre & Moore Booksellers hosts a reading of Ibbetson Street Press: 20th Issue, followed by an open mic. (open to all)Sunday, November 26, 5:00 pm at McIntyre & Moore Booksellers, 255 Elm St. in Davis Square,
Somerville, near the Red Line. Free and open to all; wheelchair accessible. 15% book discount* for all those attending [*discount available for day of event only]. For information call McIntyre & Moore Booksellers (617) 629-4840 or log onto www.mcintyreandmoore.com.Ibbetson Street Press, an independent press based in Somerville, not only celebrates the release of its 20th issue, but also the fact that it has been a champion of the local literary community since 1998. The magazine has received several picks of the month in The Small Press Review and is included in "The Index of American Periodical Verse." Contributors to this issue are Sarah Hannah, Gloria Mindock, Affa Michael Weaver, Harris Gardner, and many others. The reading will be hosted by Ibbetson’s founder Doug Holder. All past and present contributors are invited to read. For more information on Ibbetson Street Press, log onto www.ibbetsonpress.com.
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