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A&C LITERARY ARTS SALON
October 6, 2022 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pmFree
Join us for a LITERARY ARTS SALON on October 6, 2022, at 7 pm at Freeman Hall, 181 East Court Street, Doylestown, featuring four wonderful writers: Chad Frame, Patricia Goodrich, Lynn Miller, and Julie Standig. Presented by the Arts & Cultural Council of Bucks County.
All four writers will read selections from their work followed by a relaxed discussion, Q & A session, and light refreshments. Books will be available for sale. Seating is limited and free parking is available. Reservations are required. If weather permits, the salon will be held on the front porch, if not, we will be in the parlor at Freeman Hall and will follow any covid protocols of Freeman Hall. Masks are recommended and appreciated.
For reservations email firstname.lastname@example.org.
MEET THE ARTISTS:
Chad Frame is the author of Little Black Book (2022, Finishing Line Press), Director of the Montgomery County Poet Laureate Program, a Poet Laureate Emeritus of Montgomery County, PA, Poetry Editor of Ovunque Siamo, and founder of the Caesura Poetry Festival and Retreat. His work has appeared in Rattle, Pedestal, Barrelhouse, Rust+Moth, and elsewhere, including on iTunes from the Library of Congress, and was sent to the moon as part of the Lunar Codex Project.
Patricia Goodrich is a poet and visual artist. She has been featured reader at writers’ conferences in Slovenia, Lithuania, and Russia, and at the Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Festival, USA She has received Pennsylvania Fellowships in Poetry and Creative Nonfiction. Stone Hunting in Transylvania, Woman With A Wandering Eye, How the Moose Got To Be, Verda’s House, and Red Mud are among Goodrich’s books of poems. Her poetry has been translated into Chinese, Finnish, French, Lithuanian, Slovenian, and Romanian. . The River Place, a volume in collaboration with Romanian poet Ioan Hadarig will be published August, 2022
Lynn Miller is Professor Emeritus of Political Science, Temple University. He is the author of a number of books and articles on world politics. Books include Organizing Mankind and Global Order: Values and Power in International Politics. His 2010 novel is Crossing the Line. He is the co-author (with Lloyd Jensen) of Global Challenge, (with Annette H. Emgarth) of French Philadelphia, (with James McClelland) of City in a Park, and (with Therese Dolan) of Salut! France Meets Philadelphia: The French Presence in Philadelphia’s History, Culture, and Art, which was published by Temple University Press in November, 2020. His memoir, Postcards from Delphi, is now available from the author.
A lifetime New Yorker, Julie Standig now writes with two amazing poetry groups, Marie Kane’s KT and the Stalwart Poets. She has been published in Alehouse Press, Sadie Girl Press, After Happy Hour Review, Schuylkill Journal Review, US1 Poets/Del Val, Gyroscope Review as well as online journals. Her first chapbook, Memsahib Memoir was released by Plan B Press in 2017 and an upcoming collection, The Forsaken Little Black Book will be released Fall 2022 by Kelsay Books. She lives in Bucks County with her husband and their springer spaniel.