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Monday, September 6, 2010

Next Prairie Fire Reading Sunday September 26

NEXT Praire Fire Reading Sunday, September 26

SUNDAY 9/26 – 6:30 p.m. (sign up 6 p.m.)

Peter Chelnik's "Prairie Fire Jazz Poetry"


Iris Berman (poet/visual artist/photographer)


Bob Hart (poet)


Jazz by

Bob Feldman (tenor sax) & Jay Shulman (cello)


Host PETER CHELNIK (poetry)


The Open Mic



314 W. 54th St. (bet. 8th & 9th Aves.)

Hell's Kitchen, NYC 10019

Sargent Theater 4th Floor

(212) 581-3044

By Subway: C or E to West 50th Street

Walk north to West 54th Street, west to theatre

Admission: $5

Iris Berman is a visual artist, photographer and poet. Her published journals include Nomad’s Choir, Home Planet News, Errato, Brownstone Poets, Rogue Scholars, Stained Sheets, White Rabbit, MOBLIUS, THE POETRY MAGAZINE, and nationally in the Song of the San Joaquin and Back Street Quarterly. She has also published three chapbooks, Motherlode, The Little Book of Flowers and The Little Book of Fairy Tales and Love Poems – the last published by Poets Wear Prada Press. She has studied with Louise Gluck, William Packard, Barry Goldensohn, Charles Simic, and most recently with Patrick Rosal at Poets House.

Bob Hart has gone from middle age to old age these last years writing poetry.  He has seen word scenes like 77 Barrow Street, Centerfold Coffee House, ABC No Rio and most lately, the new Pink Pony at Cornelia Street Café, hoping they enjoyed him as much as he enjoyed them.

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