Join us for our second literary reading on Sunday afternoon. Drink wine, nosh on some farm-to-table eats, and fill your soul with words.The readers left to right are: Abigail Kirby Conklin’s poetry has been published by The Lampeter Review, and Flumes Literary Journal. Her work has also been featured by Indolent Books’ online series What Rough Beast, the blogs The Poetry Shed and Bonus Cut, and the online writers’ community The Bridge. She lives in New York City, where she works in education and curriculum development.
Erin Lynn is pursuing her Ph.D. in Poetry at the University of Connecticut, where she is a recipient of the Wallace Stevens Poetry Prize and teaches English. She holds an MFA in Poetry from Columbia University, and an MA in Irish Writing from Queen’s University, Belfast. Her work has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and she was a finalist for the Alexander Posey Contest. She co-curates Poor Mouth Poetry Reading Series in the Bronx and edits “This Morning” for Coldfront Magazine.
Michael Klein is a four-time Lambda Literary finalist and two time winner of the award. He has four books of poetry and two books of prose and teaches at Goddard College’s MFA Program and Hunter College in New York.