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 October 10 are
Lisa DeSiro is the author of Labor and Grief Dreams. Her poetry is featured in Writers Resist: The Anthology and Nasty Women Poets: An Unapologetic Anthology of Subversive Verse, as well as in various journals. Her poem “In Lieu of Flowers” was a winner in the City of Cambridge 2017 Sidewalk Poetry Contest and is imprinted in front of the Cambridge Public Library. Her texts have also been set to music by several composers, and recorded on two albums. Along with her job as Production & Editorial Assistant for C.P.E. Bach: The Complete Works, Lisa is an assistant editor for Indolent Books and a freelance pianist. Read more about her at thepoetpianist.com.
Michael McInnis served six years in the Navy chasing white whales and Soviet submarines. He was the founder of the Primal Plunge, Boston’s first and only bookstore dedicated to zine and underground culture and small press literature. When he is not writing, Michael spends his time creating woodworking items for the kitchen and study, and composing ambient soundtrack music. Secret Histories, his third book, is forthcoming from Cervana Barva Press. His poetry and short fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in Chiron Review, The Commonline Journal, Cream City Review, Naugatuck Review, One-Sentence Poems, Oxford Magazine, White Knuckle Press and Yellow Chair Review to name a few. He lives in Boston.
Gloria Mindock is the author of five books of poetry, most recently, I Wish Francisco Franco Would Love Me. She is the founding editor of Cervena Barva Press and one of the American editors for Levure Litteraire. Widely published in the USA and abroad, her poetry has been translated and published into Romanian, Croation, Serbian, Montenegrin, Spanish, Estonian, and French. Gloria recently was published in Gargoyle, Constellations: A Journal of Poetry and Fiction, Muddy River Poetry Review, Unlikely Stories and Nixes Mate Review and anthology. She is currently the Poet Laureate in Somerville, MA.