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02/27/07 | by steveg [mail] | Categories: Poetry

This is where you can eat your young, but we will not approve. Thursday, March 8 at 9 or 9:30pm, two fantabulous wordsmiths will keep watch while the rest of us feverishly steal each others lines in the LAST chance to contribute to this year's PENPAD-PADPEN SPONTANEOUS POETREY CHAPBOOK. The last chance, the twelveth chance, for sum the only chance to participate at the Literary Cafe in Hysterectomal Tremont neighborhood.

For stimulation and inspiration, Bree the fantabulous and John (Fantabulous) Donoghue of the Centrum Smoked Ubiquity (CSU) shall lead us to the promised land of poetry, prose, verse, and mayhem that the Literary Cafe Poetry Night is known for.

John Donoghue is a native of New York City, he holds a BS and MS in electrical engineering from Northeastern University, and a Ph.D. in engineering from Case Institute of Technology. He received his MFA from the Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College. John is the author of the poetry collections A Small Asymmetry (Cleveland State University Poetry Center, 2005) and Precipice (Four Way Books, 2000), and his poems have appeared in Agni, Alaska Quarterly Review, The Lancet, Prairie Schooner, The Virginia Quarterly Review, and other journals. He is on the faculty of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Cleveland State University, but still teaches his art at the Poets and Writer League in Cleveland Hghts on occasion.

Mighty Bree is a poet, singer, bartender, bookseller & wife in Cleveland. She publishes books under the imprint Green Panda Press, which produces anthologies and chapbooks of art and poetry. she is a Sinatra fan, loves Simone & sings Billie Holiday. u'll find her work in various small magazines and online at places like deepcleveland , the city poetry , and agent of chaos. she wld like to see more and more of poetry in Cleve.

So if you're hungry, bring some takeout, but don't take someone "out" and com'on down to the Lit at 1031 Literary Avenue to see what the hubbub is abub, Bud.


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