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Sunday, July 23, 2017
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12:00pm [12:00pm] Vigil PA&E
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Peace/Anti-War vigil at corner of East Ave. and Goodman Street, Rochester. All are welome!

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2:30pm [2:30pm] Rochester Poets - poet GENE STELZIG
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Dear Rochester Poets Friends and Members, A reminder to join us NEXT Sunday, July 23, 2017, in the Media Room (2nd floor)at Legacy at Clover Blossom. Our featured reader will be poet GENE STELZIG. As always, the featured reader will be followed by our Open Mic. NOTE OUR TIME CHANGE: 2:30-4:30. Also, use the main entrance (pictured above) and go up the stairs immediately to your right; the Media Room will be straight ahead. Or take the elevator straight ahead and slightly to the left to the second floor; the Media Room will be immediately to your left. Gene Stelzig earned degrees in English from the University of Pennsylvania, King's College, Cambridge, and Harvard. He taught in the English Department at SUNY Geneseo from 1972 until his retirement in 2016 as an Emeritus Distinguished Teaching Professor. His career as a poet began at Penn, where he worked on the university literary magazine, The Pennsylvania Review, for four years, co-editing it in his senior year. He has two volumes of poetry published by small presses: Fool's Gold: Selected Poems of a Decade (FootHills, 2008), and Assorted Self-Scriptings 1964-1984 (2015, Milne Library, SUNY Geneseo). Over the past five decades, his poetry has been published in a number of little and literary magazines, including an autobiographical long poem, "For the Death of My Mother," in The Literary Review. He's also published translations of the German poets Schiller, Grass, and Hesse, and recently completed a translation of Goethe's Faust, Part I, for which he's currently seeking a publisher. Several of his autobiographical essays have appeared in life writing journals, and his scholarship includes books on Wordsworth, Hesse, Rousseau and Goethe, and Henry Crabb Robinson, as well as nearly fifty articles in academic journals in the fields of Romanticism and Autobiography Studies. As always, we'll be providing refreshments, but if you have anything you'd like to share, don't hesitate to bring it along. And of course, even if you can't attend yourself, pass the word by inviting your Facebook friends who might be interested or emailing friends who aren't on FB! You can send folks the following link to our event: http://j.mp/RoPo0717 Admission is FREE, but donations to support Rochester Poets are gratefully accepted. You can also support RoPo with a basic annual membership, which is still only $20 -- you can even pay by credit/debit card if you prefer: http://squareup.com/store/rochester-poets/ See you next Sunday. ~Frank Frank Judge President, Rochester Poets 585-260-9005 rochesterpoets@gmail.com

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