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Cornelius Eady and Jean Monahan read in the Lunar Walk Poetry Series

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 315 4th Ave Brooklyn NY 11215  See map

Cornelius Eady and Jean Monahan


Lunar Walk Poetry Series at Two Moon Art House and Cafe


$10 admission = One Free Drink


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CORNELIUS EADY's books include Hardheaded Weather, Brutal Imagination (a finalist for the 2001 National Book Award in Poetry); The Gathering of My Name (nominated for the Pulitzer Prize) and Victims of the Latest Dance Craze (chosen for the Lamont Poetry Selection of The Academy of American Poets). He has also collaborated with jazz composer Deidre Murray in the production of several works of musical theater, including Running Man, a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in Drama.

JEAN MONAHAN is the author of Hands (chosen by Donald Hall for the Anhinga Prize); Believe It or Not, and Mauled Illusionist. Her awards also include 2nd prize in the River Styx contest; the Open Voice Award from The Writer's Voice of the West Side YMCA; the John Williams Andrews Narrative Poetry Prize from The Writer's Center/Poet Lore, and runner up for the Grolier Prize from the Ellen La Forge Memorial Poetry Foundation. She held a Yaddo fellowship, earned an MFA at Columbia University School of the Arts, and has published work in journals including Poetry, The New Republic, Atlantic Monthly, and Salamander, as well as in several anthologies.


Two Moon Art House And Cafe


315 4th AvenueBrooklyn, NY


CONTACT Co-curators, Lynn McGee or Gerry LaFemina 


LunarWalkPoetrySeries@gmail.com


(631) 559-2852


 


(R) to Union --or-- (F) to 4th Avenue, cafe is on 4th Avenue between 2nd and 3rd Streets, east side of the avenue.

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