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, we will gather at the community space at Aeronaut on the Duck Village stage, to celebrate that community with readings by three local poets.
Vincent Guerra was born and raised in Grass Valley, CA. His debut collection is When Hollywood Comes to You (Four Way Books, 2017). He received his MFA from Washington University in St. Louis and his PhD from Florida State University. He currently resides in Boston, MA, with his wife Carol.
Marcia Pelletiere is the author of A Crown of Hornets (Four Way Books, March 2019), Miracle with Roasted Hens (Spit, Bite Press, 2011) and Little Noises, a double CD set of her poems set to music by over 25 musicians (Saf’lini Music, 2005). She is a poet, singer/composer, interdisciplinary artist, co-founding member of the New York City a cappella group The Accidentals, and a graduate of the Warren Wilson College MFA Program for Writers. She has been a teaching artist at various colleges and arts organizations, and currently offers presentations at universities and medical centers about her recovery from a mild traumatic brain injury. Marcia was born and raised in Massachusetts, spent the next 28 years in NYC, and currently lives in New Jersey. For more information, visit marciapelletiere.com.
Sara London is the author of The Tyranny of Milk (Four Way Books). Her poems have appeared in many journals, including The Common, Quarterly West, Cortland Review, The Hudson Review, Poetry East, The Iowa Review, and the Poetry Daily anthology. She teaches at Smith College, and has also taught at Mount Holyoke and Amherst colleges. Sara grew up in California and Vermont, attended the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, and lived for many years in Provincetown, Massachusetts. Also the author of two children’s books, she is the poetry editor at The Woven Tale Press magazine. She lives in Northampton, Massachusetts.