Carmine Street Metrics presents
a reading by GEORGE GREEN and TERESE COE
Sunday, October 5 at 4-6 pm
Hosted by Wendy Sloan
at The Greenwich Village Bistro
13 Carmine Street
New York, NY 10014
(near Bleecker & Carmine Streets,
just off Ave. Americas)
George Green was born in 1950 in Grove City, Pennsylvania, and has lived for nearly thirty years in the East Village on a rent-stabilization grant from the city of New York. He is an adjunct professor and teaches poetry at Lehman College in the Bronx. His poems have appeared in various journals and in the Random House anthologies, Poetry 180, and 180 More Poems. His work has also appeared in The Best American Poetry 2005 and The Best American Poetry 2006.
Terese Coe’s poems and translations have appeared in Poetry, Threepenny Review, The Cincinnati Review, The Literary Review, Measure, New American Writing, Smartish Pace, 32 Poems, Nimrod, Blue Unicorn, Agenda, Orbis, Poetry Nottingham, and Interpreter’s House, among numerous others, and her first collection of poems, The Everyday Uncommon, won a Word Press publication prize. She was awarded a residence at Vermont Studio Center, has been a finalist in the Barnstone Translation Prize, and has received two grants from Giorno Poetry Systems and three Pushcart nominations.
Travel directions: The Greenwich Village Bistro is just south of the West 4th Subway Station on the 6th & 8th Avenue Lines (A,B,C,D,E & F trains) and a few blocks from the Sheridan Square stop on the 7th Avenue #1 train.
No cover. Minimum $5 for refreshments.
Our next feature will be Meredith Bergmann and Quincy Lehr, Nov. 16. Announcement to come.
[This message has been edited by Terese Coe (edited September 05, 2008).]