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April Fool's Reading: Di Piero, Svoboda, Simon, and You in the Audience

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Please join Speakeasy Poetry Series for an April Fool’s Day reading with:

W. S. Di Piero, Terese Svoboda, and Rachel Simon

Sunday, April 1 @ 5:00 PM
The Bitter End, NYC
147 Bleecker Street (btw. Thompson & LaGuardia)

W.S. Di Piero’s most recent books of poetry are Shadows Burning, Skirts and Slacks, Brother Fire, and Chinese Apples: New and Selected Poems (2007). He is the author of three collections of essays on literature, art, and personal experience: Shooting the Works: On Poetry and Pictures, Out of Eden: Essays on Modern Art, and Memory and Enthusiasm. He lives in San Francisco.

Terese Svoboda’s books of poetry include Mere Mortals, Laughing Africa, All Aberration, and Treason.

Rachel Simon’s first book of poetry, Theory of Orange, won the 2005
Transcontinental Poetry Award from Pavement Saw Press.

For more information: www.speakeasynyc.com

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