Deborah Ager will be the guest at the Beltway Poetry Sonnet issue reading on January 22nd at the West End Library Annex at the Watergate. She will be joined by Holly Bass, Holly Karapetkova and Melanie Henderson, editors Kim Roberts and Michael Gushue, The event is from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. Admission is free.
Here is a recitation of her poem “Morning” on YouTube –
The Beltway Poetry Quarterly is sponsoring a reading celebrating its Beltway Poetry Sonnet issue. Contributions featured are from Holly Bass, Holly Karapetkova and Melanie Henderson, editors Kim Roberts and Michael Gushue, and special guest Deborah Ager
From her website Ager “is an author, anthology editor, and founder of a magazine. She wrote Midnight Voices (2009) and co-edited The Bloomsbury Anthology of Contemporary Jewish American Poetry (2013) and Old Flame: Ten Years of 32 Poems Magazine (2012). She founded 32 Poems in 2003 and ran it, alongside John Poch, until 2012 or so.”
The event will be at the West End Library Annex at the Watergate on January 22nd from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.