Poetry Reading

poetry

 

It is my pleasure to announce I’ve been asked to read poetry for local book group at a Private Country Club.  (I’ll neglect to say which one as it’s not open to the public).

This group of readers meet monthly at a local café, then end the year with a holiday party in which people are invited to share and entertain while the members vote on the best readings, enjoy refreshments, and engage in a white elephant book exchange.

Celebrating with friends and family is what this season is about. I’m very happy to be sharing this time with this wonderful and talented group of people.

On the list to be read are published poems:

The Kiss

Grandma’s Tour

and To be published selections:

Since I can’t love you, I love the world

Dreams of Mr. Rabbit

Hunger

Enjoy your holidays, ladies and gentlemen. Be happy- Every day is a gift.

 

 

About Noreen Lace

Originally from the Midwest, Noreen Lace received an MFA from California State University where she now teaches. She believes in the beauty of language to express the darkness in life. She is the author of two novellas, West End and Life of Clouds, as well as a book of short stories. Here in the Silence. Her fiction and poetry have appeared in national as well as international journals, including The Chicago Tribune's Printers Row Journal, The Oleander Review, Vine Leaves Press (Australia), Silver Stream Journal (Ireland), Pilcrow and Dagger, Fishfood, and others. "Memorial Day Death Watch," a memoir of her father's passing, placed as a finalist in Writer Advice, while her poem, "All at Once," was published as a finalist in Medusa's Laugh Contest issue. More work is always in progress.
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