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Sunday, January 21, 2018
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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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2:00pm [2:00pm] a reading by poet Denise Thompson Slaughter launching her new book Sixty-ish
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Dear Rochester Poets Friends and Members, Join us NEXT Sunday, January 21, 2 pm, in the Living Room at Legacy at Cranberry Landing for a reading by poet Denise Thompson Slaughter launching her new book Sixty-ish: Full Circle (Spirited Muse Press, 2017). Denise's reading will be followed by our usual Open Mic. PLEASE NOTE our new venue. Use the following link for a map: https://goo.gl/maps/U3tFkU5Mxf52. To get to the Living Room, use the front door (left side of the building as it faces the road) and take the short hallway opposite the front desk to the end. You can also park in the rear (right side) of the building and use the rear door to come into the lobby. Denise Thompsons Slaughter has a number of publications to her credit, including two books of poetry, eight short memoir pieces, one short story, and numerous poems in literary journals and anthologies such as Raw Nervz Haiku, California Quarterly, Tipton Poetry Journal, Rockhurst Review, and Edison Literary Review. Sixty-ish is her second book of published poems; the first was Elemental (Plain View Press, 2010). Denise recently retired from her other career as an academic editor, which included stints as assistant editor of World Politics at Princeton University and managing editor of Reviews in American History at the University of Rochester, as well as being a freelance copy editor for numerous books. She grew up in Maryland and attended the University of Maryland and then Rutgers University, where she completed her B.A. in English. Don't forget that our open mics are not limited to poets. All are welcome to share their work, including short fiction writers, singers, musicians, even dancers. And even if you can't attend, pass the word to friends who might be interested. They can use the folowing link for details even if they're not on Facebook: http://j.mp/RoPo0118. Open to the public. Refreshments served. FREE admission; donations to support Rochester Poets gratefully accepted. You can also support RoPo with a basic annual membership, which is still only $20, and you can even pay by credit/debit card if you prefer: http://squareup.com/store/rochester-poets/

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