2nd Wednesday Poetry at Parkplace Books Kirkland

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2nd Wednesday Take a Poem
From Your Heart Reading
at Park Place Books
--Kirkland  USA

Every 2nd Wednesday--  Featured Readers

and open Mic --  FREE

Wednesday  November 14, 2012
7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.  FREE

Featured Poets:

Michael Schein 

AB Bard

plus Open Mic

Through extraordinary arrangments
and negotiations I am particularly
honored to have a unique program
for November involving the participation
of writer-poet--Lit Fuse founder/facilitator
Michael Schein  and  the mysterious
author of The Killer Poet's Guide to
Immortality known as A. B. Bard. 

(we will also have an Open Mic)
AB Bard

 Mr. Bard is not now, nor has he ever been, a member of the Republican Party.  Mr. Bard does not Tweet. He was once nominated to push a cart, but he never got to push the cart so he went home.  He was awarded a sheepskin (BAaa) from Reed College Sleeper Cell.  He is way too classy to make a Bachelor or fart joke in his bio.  He has never been a Creative writing adjunct. His one super power is the ability to repel all conventional measures of literary success.  Lap to a cat.  Pal to a girl.  God to a dog.  Dog to the man.

Michael Schein

Michael Schein is the author of at least two novels and a slew of poems.  His confirmed novels are Bones Beneath Our Feet (2011), and Just Deceits (2008).  Despite slanderous innuendo to the contrary, Michael allegorically abjures authorship of The Killer Poet’s Guide to Immortality by “AB Bard” (2012).  Michael has taught poetry and fiction at a number of venues. He is Director of LiTFUSE Poets’ Workshop.  His poetry is supported by a grant from 4Culture; it has been nominated for the Pushcart twice, and stuck to refrigerators by magnets.

DECEMBER 12, 2012  Featured Reader:  Peter Ludwin & Carolyn Wright.

Park Place Books is  located in the
Park Place Mall off 85th Street  in
Kirkland at 348 Parkplace Ctr
Kirkland, WA 98033-6229



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