Join us Sunday, February 10, at 3 p.m. for the first of our winter poetry readings at Old Frog Pond Farm & Studio. Come in from the cold and listen to poems of nature and community by three of the farm's plein air poets! Lynne Viti, rescheduled from our "snowed out" January reading, will be joining Terry House and Susan Edwards Richmond. Stay for refreshments and informal conversation.
Terry House is an educator, arts reviewer, and poet. Her poems have appeared in The Berkshire Review; Birdsong: Poems in Celebration of Birds; Turning Again to the Well: Poems of the Energy Necklace Project;The Anthology of New England Writers; and the following Old Frog Pond Farm Plein Air Poetry chapbooks:Contours, Splash!; An Extravagant Canopy, Memoir,and Paths Tracks Trails. She was a guest contributor at the 2018 Bread Loaf Writers' Conference. Terry lives in Acton, MA.
Susan Edwards Richmond organizes the annual Plein Air Poetry Walk, edits the Plein Air chapbook, and posts a Poem of the Month on the website at Old Frog Pond Farm & Studio. Susan writes about the relationship between humans and nature, and teaches at Mass Audubon's Drumlin Farm Community Preschool. Her most recent poetry collection is Before We Were Birds (2017), and her first children's picture book, Bird Count, will be published by Peachtree Publishing Company in October 2019.
Lynne Viti is the author of two poetry chapbooks, Baltimore Girls (2017) and The Glamorganshire Bible (2018). Her poetry and fiction has appeared in more than one hundred online and print venues, most recently, Constellations, Muses Gallery, Highland Park Poetry, Gargoyle (forthcoming), and Bay to Ocean: The Year's Best from the Eastern Shore Writers Association. She has received Mass Center for the Book nominations for both of her chapbooks and has recently been nominated for a 2018 Pushcart Prize. A faculty emerita at Wellesley College, she blogs at stillinschool.wordpress.com.
Old Frog Pond Farm & Studio is located at 38 Eldridge Road in Harvard. Please reserve at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message at 978 456-9828 as seating is limited. There is a suggested donation of $5 to support the series. If we should need to cancel for weather please check at www.oldfrogpondfarm.com or at 978 456-9828.