Thursday, May 31, 2007

For a poet and a one man band...

Jessie and Dan Beyers mentioned this already, but I can too, right?

I'm writing to call your attention to the upcoming release of Little Patuxent Review June 2. The theme of this issue is "Columbia at 40" and it features a distinguished -- and home-grown -- array of talent. There will be readings by some of these authors and a reception at Oliver's Carriage House (5410 Leaf Treader Way, Columbia, MD) at 3 PM on June 3. An encore reading at the Glenwood Community Center in Cooksville June 19 will take place as part of this year's Columbia Festival of the Arts. Both events are free admission, but tickets must be reserved in advance for the June 19 event.

Little Patuxent Review was initially established in the late 1970's by a pair of Columbia poets but went out of publication in the mid-1980's. The first issue of the revived Little Patuxent Review came out this winter. For more information, please visit the Little Patuxent Review website.
As we rev up for Columbia's 40th, expect to see more posts like this. Also, if you've got events to share, don't hesitate to send announcements my way.

More information about all the activities for the big birthday celebration can be found here.

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