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Chapter & Verse Literary Readings
Friday, May 11, 2018 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thomas Dodson is a writer, librarian, and web developer. A finalist for the Glimmer Train Award for New Writers and a recipient of the Iowa Arts Fellowship, his stories have appeared in Gulf Coast, Beloit Fiction Journal, Consequence Magazine, Chicago Quarterly Review, and elsewhere. Currently a Somerville resident, Tom will be leaving New England in the fall to attend the Iowa Writer’s Workshop.
Rebecca Kaiser Gibson is the author of OPINEL (Bauhan Publishing, 2015), and two chapbooks, Admit the Peacock and Inside the Exhibition. She received fellowships from the MacDowell Colony, The Heinrich Böll Cottage in Ireland, and the 2008 Fellowship in Poetry from the Massachusetts Cultural Council. She was selected as a Fulbright Scholar to teach poetry in Hyderabad, India, 2011. Her poems have appeared in Agni, Field, The Greensboro Review, The Harvard Review, Ocean State Review, Salamander, Slate, The Taos Journal of International Poetry and Art, and The Tupelo Quarterly, and featured in Verse Daily, among others. Rebecca lives in Marlborough, NH and teaches poetry at Tufts University.
David R. Surette’s new book of poetry is Malden. He is the author of five other collections, including Stable, which was named an Honor Book at the 2016 Massachusetts Book Awards. Recently, his poems have been featured in 3 Nations Anthology: Native, Canadian & New England Writers. He teaches and coaches varsity hockey at East Bridgewater Junior Senior High School. He lives on Cape Cod.
Suggested donation: $5.00 or whatever you can afford. (We mean this. We would rather have you than your money.) Free refreshments are served.
Parking Information: The Loring-Greenough House has a parking lot, but four spaces are reserved for ZIP Cars. Please respect these spaces, and also please try not to park on the grass. There is nonrestricted street parking and a large, free public parking lot off Centre Street between Burroughs and Thomas Streets just a block from the Loring-Greenough House.