April is National Poetry Month. Join us on Wednesday April 21 at 7PM for a virtual poetry event with local poets Meghan Sterling, Katherine Hagopian Berry and Suzanne Langlois.
Here is the zoom link for the program: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81227507518
Meghan Sterling lives in Portland, Maine with her family. Her work has been published in Rattle, Cider Press Review, Inflectionist Review, Glass: A Journal of Poetry, Driftwood Press, Sky Island Journal, Literary Mama and others. She is Associate Poetry Editor of the Maine Review, a Dibner Fellow at the 2020 Black Fly Writer’s Retreat, and a Hewnoaks Artist Colony Resident in 2019 and 2021. Her chapbook, How We Drift, was published by Blue Lyra Press and her first full-length collection These Few Seeds is forthcoming from Terrapin Books in April, 2021. Her work can be found at meghansterling.com.
Katherine Hagopian Berry (she/her) has appeared in the Café Review, Rise-Up Review, Enough: Poems of Resistance and Protest, Balancing Act II: An Anthology of Poetry by Fifty Maine Women, Glass: Poet’s Resist, among other places. Her first collection of poetry, Mast Year, was published by Littoral Books in March 2020. She is a poetry reader for The Maine Review.
Suzanne Langlois is a high school English teacher from Portland, Maine. Her poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in literary journals such as Cider Press Review, Rust + Moth, Rattle, NAILED, The Fourth River, Cafe Review, The Maine Review, and Off the Coast, as well as on the Button Poetry Channel. Her collection Bright Glint Gone won the 2019 Maine Writers & Publishers Alliance Chapbook Award, and can be found at Kelly’s Books to Go under featured books. Langlois’s work has been nominated for Best of the Net, Independent Best American Poetry, and the Pushcart Prize. She holds a BA in English from Tufts University, an Ed.M in Teacher Leadership from Harvard Graduate School of Education, and a MFA in Poetry from Warren Wilson College.
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