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You are invited to a reading of exquisite poetry and conversations with the poets. 

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Date & Time

Sunday June 26, 2022
2 p.m. (New York time), 7 p.m. (U.K. time)
Duration: 1 hour

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Location

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Host
James Sale

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Theme

Classical figures. Classical in the broad sense. The 100 Days of Dante Poetry Competition’s
winning poems will be read as part of the event.

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Featured Poem & Readers

“Silver Fire” by Gail Kathleen Jardine, read by Michael Pietrack
“Contemplating Aristotle Contemplating a Bust of Homer” by James A. Tweedie
“Aurora” by Andrew Benson Brown
“Easter Monday” by Cynthia Erlandson
“Papa’s Commedia” by Nicholas Walz
“Three Fates” by Cheryl Corey, read by Joseph Sale
“Stars” by Jillian Bober, read by Evan Mantyk
“Dante’s Song” by Professor Angela O’Donnell

Poems and readers subject to change.

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Open Discussion with Poets & Readers

For 10 minutes or so after the featured readings

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Attendance

This event is open to everyone. On June 26, simply visit this page and click the link that will appear at the top of this listing under “Location.” On the day of the event, the link will also be published as a reminder.

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7 Responses

  1. James Sale

    Looking forward to meeting you all – poets, readers and audience – on the day: it’s going to be great fun and great poetry too!

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  2. Patricia Redfern

    James! How uplifting to read of this event! Best news in a long time…your love of poetry and your
    humility, impress me greatly,.

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    • James Sale

      Thank you Patricia – really kind of you to say so: not many people notice my humility! I think it was Peter Sellars who said: “I am the Prince of Humility”! My email address is james@motivationalmaps.com – do drop me a line so that I can respond to you more fully. Hope you can make the event.

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  3. Mary Gardner

    How awesome it was to be among poets of such talent and insight! Good poetry, like fine art and beautiful music, is ennobling. James, thank you for the warm welcome.

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    • James Sale

      Thanks Mary – great to have a newbie (a SCP newbie) on board and I hope you and your writing group will contribute in due course to this site. All the best – James

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