“Dialogue with Cassandra” in Form Quarterly

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My sonnet, “Dialogue with Cassandra,” appears in the first issue of Form Quarterly. 

The publishers say this about the issue:

“Featuring sonnets from a number of wonderful contributors and with an amazing foreword by Mindy Kronenberg, this issue offers a glimpse at the beauty of the 21st century sonnet. With details outlining the various different forms of the sonnet with instructions on how to write them yourself, this issue stand as both an educational tool and a showcase of the brilliance of contemporary form poetry.”

Form Quarterly, Issue One

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History of Cincinnati Music: Puttin’ On the Ritz – Southwest Ohio Show People

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Saturday, July 25

 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm

 Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County

800 Vine St, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202

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“Cincinnati has contributed a multitude of major talent to show biz, stretching back into the nineteenth century. Through thumbnail sketches, audio and video clips, Rebecca Forste and Uncle Dave Lewis will present summary profiles of seven key players in mainstream entertainment from 1870-1930: Powhatan Beaty, James O’Neill, Paul Lawrence Dunbar, Charles Urban, Arthur V. Johnson, Theda Bara and Harry Richman. The one thing these key historic figures in entertainment have in common is that they all called Southwestern Ohio home. ” Text by David Neal Lewis

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This going to be great! Hope you can be there!