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Bloom Presents A Four Ways Books & Friends Reading

Susan Buttenwieser, We Were Lucky with the Rain – Stories (2020); Arielle Greenberg, I Live in the Country & other dirty poems (2020); Sydney Lea, Here – Poems (2019); Suzanne Langlois, Bright Glint Gone – poems (2020)*; Ricardo Alberto Maldonado, The Life Assignment – poems (2020).

Susan Buttenwieser’s writing has appeared in numerous publications. We Were Lucky with the Rain is her first story collection. She teaches creative writing in New York City public schools and to incarcerated women.

Arielle Greenberg’s poems and essays have been published widely. Her most recent poetry collection, I Live in the Country & other dirty poems, appeared this year. In addition to poetry, she writes creative nonfiction.

Suzanne Langlois is the author of the new chapbook Bright Glint Gone. A Pushcart Prize nominee, she lives in Portland, Maine, where she teaches high school English.

Sydney Lea is a former Pulitzer finalist and founder and former editor of New England Review. Here is his thirteenth poetry collection and his twentieth book.

Ricardo Alberto Maldonado was born and raised in Puerto Rico. The Life Assignment is his first collection. He is the co-editor of Puerto Rico en mi corazón and serves as managing director at 92Y’s Unterberg Poetry Center in New York City.

Use the Register here! link to attend the Four Ways Books And Friends Reading presented by the Bloom Reading Series on Thursday, December 3rd at 7:00 PM EST.  It will take you to our Eventbrite page – Register here!  An RSVP via Eventbrite is required to attend this event.