Join Porter Square Books at Aeronaut brewery for a celebration of local poetry.
The greater Somerville and Cambridge area is lucky to have such a vibrant poetry community. So, once a month we will gather at the community space at Aeronaut on the Duck Village stage, to celebrate that community with readings by three local poets.
The event will feature a social hour from 6-7 in which you can grab a beer and converse with the poets, hosts, and other poetry fans. The formal reading will be from 7-8 and will feature three local poets reading from their latest works.
The poets reading on July 19 are
Julian Miller grew up in New York City and London, England; he now lives in Lexington, Massachusetts. He has been a tai chi teacher, fiction and nonfiction prose writer, investor, and real estate developer. He rediscovered poetry in 2005, and it has become his lifelong passion. “I Should Praise” is his first book of poetry.
Laurie Rosenblatt is the author of one full-length book of poetry, “In Case” (Pecan Grove Press, 2013), and two chapbooks, “Blue” (University of Toledo Press, 2012) and “A Trapdoor, A Rupture, Something with Kinks” (Finishing Line Press, 2017). Her collaboration with the painter Richard Raiselis, “Cloud 10” was produced by Gallery NAGA in Boston in 2012. Individual poems have appeared in Salamander, The Common, Harvard Review, Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review and elsewhere.
Geraldine Zetzel lives in Lexington, MA. Her career was in teaching, teacher training and child advocacy.Currently she leads courses in literature at the Tufts Osher Institute for Lifelong Learning. Her most recent collection, "Traveling Light," came out in 2016. She is also the author of the full-length "Mapping the Sands," and two chapbooks, "Near Enough to Hear the Words" and "With Both Hands." A number of her poems have appeared in anthologies and journals.