Tuesday, March 30, 2010
April 25 Phoenix Reading with Gordon Gilbert in NYC
Phoenix Reading Series @ Bengal Curry, April 25, 2010
*Please note: There will not be an Open Mic*
April 25, 2010
65 West Broadway
New York, NY 10007-2292
Between Murray and Warren.
1 1⁄2 blocks below Chambers St
Take the 1, 2, 3, A, C or E trains to Chambers Street
Hosted by Mike Graves & George Spencer
This Sunday will be another great experience at the Phoenix Reading @ Bengal Curry. If you love poetry you will not want to miss it. If you love Indian food, including the best naan in NYC, you will not want to miss it. If you love both you will be in Nirvana.
If the weather is bad please call Bengal Curry at 212-571-1122 to verify that the venue is open.
The following poets will be featuring:
Gordon A. Gilbert, Jr. is a former educator who now consults for the NYC Dept. of Education. He has been writing both poetry and fiction since he was a teenager but not for publication. Only a year ago last March, he began to do public readings. Gordon has lived in the West Village for the last thirty-four years, but has been a resident of NYC since the early 60’s. He may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Roxanne Hoffman worked on Wall Street, now answers a patient hotline for a major New York home healthcare provider and runs the small press, Poets Wear Prada. Her vampy poetry can be heard during David Gold's indie flick "LOVE AND THE VAMPIRE" starring Rick Poli and featured at The Arlene's Grocery Picture Show's 2005 Festival. Her printed words appear in the anthologies THE BANDANA REPUBLIC: A Literary Anthology By Gang Members & Their Affiliates (Soft Skull, 2008), LOVE AFTER 70 (Wising Up Press, 2008), most recently in IT ALL CHANGED IN AN INSTANT: More Six-Word Memoirs by Writers Famous & Obscure (Harper Perennial), and many other places off and on the net. She blogs at http://roxanne-hoffman.blogspot.com/