Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Louise Runyon Poetry Reading with Rupert Fike!
Sunday, April 6,
2 p.m.
Wordsmiths Books
545 N. McDonough Street (note new location!)
Decatur, GA 30030, 404-378-7166
Directions: Wordsmiths has moved to the old SunTrust building, on Decatur Square just opposite DeKalb County Courthouse. From Church Street and Ponce de Leon, go south on Church Street (toward Agnes Scott), passing the MARTA station on your R; take your next R onto Trinity and your next R again onto N. McDonough. Park in the lot to the R of Wordsmiths, or in the diagonal parking in the middle of the street.

Louise will read from her new book, LANDSCAPE / Fear & Love (scroll down for ordering info and sample poems). She will be joined by the very popular, funny, and self-effacing Rupert Fike. Rupert is the author of numerous published poems and of Voices From The Farm, which concerns life in a large spiritual community in the 1970s. His poems deal with personal and collective experience of the 60s and 70s and are not to be missed!
A new review of both of Louise's books!
*** "As fluid as any dance movement, Reborn is a body of free-verse prose poems that is confidently recommended to any and all poetry enthusiasts... Also very highly recommended and memorable reading is Louise Morgan Runyon's latest volume of published poetry, LANDSCAPE: Fear & Love." -- Midwest Book Review

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