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Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Jan 26 Poet Efrayim Levenson in Brooklyn w/ Dan Brown & Matthew Anish

Hello again.  I have another reading tomorrow night.  I hope you can attend.  Coordinates are below:

Efrayim Levenson

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For A Great Evening of Poetry:

The Green Pavilion Poetry Event

(The gala event for poetry.)

Wednesday, JANUARY 26, 7:00-9:30
The Green Pavillion Restaurant & Sports Lounge
4307-18th Ave.
Brooklyn, NY

Take the F train to 18th Ave. station. Last car coming from Manh, right staircase to street.
You will be only about 1/2 block away from rest., same block you will be standing on.

Join Us. Come read your poetry, or your favorite poet under the chandeliers!

One of the longest running poetry venues in the NYC area. 

We are looking forward to these two wonderful featured readers:


* * * DAN BROWN * *

+ a mini-feature by well published author of poetry & prose:


+ o p e n r e a d i n g * * * *

$5.00 min. toward rest. (an inexpensive & diverse menu, dinner, or wine with your poetry.) *

$3.00 suggested donation toward reading.Your hosts: Evie Ivy, Cindy Hochman * * *

Some Bio Notes:

Daniel Brown's collection Taking the Occasion (Ivan R. Dee) won The New Criterion Poetry Prize in 2008. His poems have appeared in Poetry, Partisan Review, Parnassus: Poetry in Review, The New Criterion and other journals. Winner of a Pushcart Prize, he has been widely anthologized in volumes such as Poetry 180, edited by Billy Collins, and Fathers, edited by David Ray. He holds a masters degree in musicology from Cornell University, and has taught music history and theory at Cornell and Dartmouth College. He lives in Baldwin, New York. His Why Bach?, an online appreciation of Bach's music, is available at http://www.whybach.com/ .

Efrayim Levenson is the author of 2 chapbooks of poetry, For My Relations (2000) and Dances With Tears (2007). His poem "& Ribbon" was a 2008 Pushcart Prize nomination. Other poems have been published in What Happens Next, Poetica, Poems, Medicinal Purposes, www.chabadrego.org, http://timessquareshoutout.blogspot.com/ , Above Water, ArtVoice, My City Underground, Bflo Journal, The Buffalo News, Pure Light, Foist, Earth's Daughters, Tempus Fugit, Swift Kick, The Grin, and Blatherskite. He is at work currently on a collection of poetic interpretations of the music of Buckethead and a CD with double-bassist Clif Jackson. Efrayim is also blogging at http://efrayimlevenson.blogspot.com/.

Matthew Anish is a widely published poet/writer. He has published work in Aim, Beyond Bree, Voices Israel and in many other publications. He also writes a monthly column for Barr's Postcard News. He is a graduate of Brooklyn College and has an ESL Certificate from the New School. He currently works at Borough of Manhattan Community College.

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