A number of the poets chosen for the 2013 project will participate in person or via telephone. With a special reading by guest Berlin-based poet and author Nora Bossong.
Followed by a light reception.
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Additional readings will take place throughout the city during Spring and Summer 2013.
Event begins at 6:30PM
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