2018 FEATURED POETS
JACK JACK’S COFFEE HOUSE,
223 DEER PARK AVE. BABYLON VILLAGE, N.Y.
First Thursday of every month – 7:30 PM
January 4: Phil Reinstein – mixes politics with music; his handle – The Insurance Mon
February 1: Barbara Southard – grew up on a canal in Freeport and teaches poetry at the Walt Whitman Birthplace.
March 1: Marc Nuccio – multitalented artist/poet/musician. Owns a product development and Graphic Design Studio. Has three published chapbooks.
April 5: Russ Green – poet of Occupy Wall Street. Jack Kerouac wannabe; in the beat poet genre
May 3: Kate Fox – Mother, breast cancer survivor; author of “My Pink Ribbons Hope and Liars,”& “Mistruths and Perception.” The Kate Fox Show
June 7: Cynthia Shor – Executive Director of Walt Whitman Birthplace Historical Site
July 5: Kathaleen Donnelly – Hosts poetry readings in Stony Brook, published two groundbreaking anthologies of poems with photographs
August 2: Phil Asaph: – recently moved upstate, writes poetry, prose, and fiction
September 6: Gene McParland: – poetry and acting go together. “I have a passion for poetry and the message it can carry.” active in theatre productions.
October 4: Kate Boning Dickson – worked on her grandmothers’ blueberry farm childhood summers.
November 1: Darrel Blaine Ford – banded birds and ran the Babylon Youth Project for 25 yrs. Personates Walt Whitman; 87 years old
December 6: Greg Moglia – His poems have been accepted in over 300 journals in the US, Canada, England, India, Australia, Belgium and New Zealand as well as 5 anthologies. He lives in Huntington, N.Y.
Sponsor: The Babylon Village Arts Council; Contact Tom Stock firstname.lastname@example.org 631-578-9220