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Rochester Poets December reading featuring poet JACK BRADIGAN SPULA

Description: Join us for our Holiday Celebration featuring
poet JACK BRADIGAN SPULA this Sunday, December
2, 2-5 pm, in the Living Room at Legacy at Cranberry
Landing. Jack's reading will be followed by our Open

Jack Bradigan Spula is a lifelong lover of and advocate for
the Eastern Great Lakes bioregion. He was trained as a pianist and
musicologist and worked for decades as a community organizer and
alternative journalist.

Born and raised in Niagara Falls, NY, Jack is a longtime
Rochester resident and frequent pilgrim throughout the Adirondacks and the
Southern Tier, Ontario Quebec, Pennsylvania and New England. His poetry is
an attempt to put that pilgrimage into the right

Jack' has had poems published in Epiphany, Domestic Crude,
and other mags, His collection of poems, Nobody But Ancestors was
published by Foothills in 2012. He's also been anthologized in Liberty's
Vigil and Trumped.

He's taught English at Monroe Community College, RIT,
Nazareth, the University of Houston and at Attica and other correctional
facilities through Genesee Community College. He's also taught creative
writing at Writers & Books.

Don't forget that our open mics are NOT limited to poets: singers, musicians, short fiction writers, comics, and even dancers are also welcome.

Even if you can't join us, if you know folks who might enjoy attending, to perform or as audience members, pass the word and send them the following link to this public invite:

You can also support RoPo's ongoing efforts with an annual membership, which is still only $20. To join using your credit/debit card, go to

Our readings are FREE and open to the public; donations to support Rochester Poets are encouraged and gratefully accepted. Refreshments served.

See you on Sunday,

Frank Judge
Rochester Poets
Location: Living Room at Legacy at Cranberry Landing
Date: Sunday, December 2, 2018
Time: 2:00pm-5:00pm EST
Duration: 3 hours
Priority: 5-Medium
Access: Public
Created by: Ted Wilcox
Updated: Thursday, November 29, 2018 3:21am GMT