Café Il Trapezio: North Jersey Literary Series


Friday, March 28 @ 8:30PM and 10PM
North Jersey Literary Series

Café Il Trapezio
120 Franklin Avenue
Nutley, NJ

Attention, Nutley poets, here's your chance to enjoy poetry and sign up to read a poem at Open Mike. And you don't even have to go to Barnes & Noble way over in Clifton on the first Thursday of the month! It's happening in good Old Nutley!

Café Il Trapezio is hosting the North Jersey Literary Series on Friday night.

So, bring an open mind, bring a date, bring friends, bring your best poetry, have a cup of coffee, some dessert and enjoy.

Hope to see you there.

(Who knows, maybe your photo and poem will make it to this blog?)

Susanna Rich is author of Television Daddy (Finishing Line Press, 2008), a recipient of the first joint Fulbright and Collegium Budapest Fellowship in Creative Writing, and a Pushcart Prize nominee.

Her work appears in dozens of publications internationally, notably English Journal, The Evansville Review, Feminist Studies, Nimrod, Phoebe (both Fairfax and Oneonta), Pilvax (Budapest), Porcupine, Southern California Review, Tiferet, VerseDaily.org, Urthona (UK), Willow Review, and Zone 3


9:00 Open Mike - Poetry

Contact: Paul Nash and Denise La Neve at cedarsap@yahoo.com
or Café Il Trapezio @ 973-235-0188

Website: http://www.susannarich.com/


La Follia Art Sale - through May 30.

Inspired by the Veronese masterpiece La Follia was painted by artist Damien Grey and installed by Daniel P Quinn.

Group art show includes a homage to Verdi's FALSTAFF and various work from Tu-Be Blue.

Show also includes two works by Thomas Micchelli, and for Carnevale only a salute to Verdi's comic masterpiece FALSTAFF.
See how it went when you click here

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