The Bookey Readings: Ellen Taylor and Dave Morrison

The Bookey Readings: Ellen Taylor and Dave Morrison

On Friday, May 27th beginning at 7pm The Bookey Readings at the Harlow welcomes two of Maine’s most dynamic poets, Ellen Taylor and Dave Morrison for an evening of poetry. Both poets, full of the love of poetry, promise an evening of entertainment, charm, and delightful, thought-provoking spoken word. The public is invited to attend the event and a $3 donation to benefit the Harlow Gallery is appreciated at the door. Refreshments are served.

Taylor is the author of three collections of poetry, the latest being  Compass Rose, published by Moon Pie Press.  She has published her work widely in New England and nationally, as well as in the Caribbean and more recently, in Slovenia, while on a Fulbright exchange.  She teaches creative writing, literature, and Women and Gender studies at the University of Maine at Augusta, and makes her home in Appleton, Maine.  

Morrison, a veteran guitarist in rock & roll bars in Boston and NYC, brings poems from eleven books of poetry including Clubland (Fighting Cock Press, 2011), poems about rock & roll bars in metered verse, and his most recent, Cancer Poems (JukeBooks 2015). He is widely published in literary magazines and anthologies, and featured on Writer’s Almanac and Take Heart.

Click here to learn more about The Bookey Readings.

See below for upcoming Bookey Readings in 2016:

June 17th: Pam Burr Smith and Doug Woodsum

July 22nd: 4 Voices: Matt Hopkins, Lisa Panapinto, Mark Swiedom and Dennis Pollock

August 12th: Open Mic Night

September 23rd: Maine Speaks! Susann Pelletier, Marcia Walls Simmons, Tom Lyford, Kevin Sweeney with Poet/Musician Stan Keach 

October 21st: Lee Sharkey and Glen Morazzini

November 18th: Annie Finch with Musicians Ellen Bowman and Christine Letcher

The Harlow Gallery is owned and operated by the Kennebec Valley Art Association (KVAA) a 501(c)3 membership based non-profit founded in Augusta in 1958. The mission of the KVAA and the Harlow Gallery is to promote and celebrate art, artists and community. 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.