Posted by: poet kate hutchinson | January 5, 2016

Poetry Reading and Art Show, Jan. 16

It was a cold day in Chicago’s suburbs, but the sun shone through the windows of the atrium at the Arlington Green Executive Center as 7 of us from the Northwest Cultural Council read from our 2015 publications.

 

023014Poems I shared:

Suburbanites

Aerial Photograph

Dog Memory

Modern Minotaurs

Only the Hills Remember

Ground Feeding Ban

 

 

 

 

 

As usual, we poets made sure to feed the guests.

 

 

 

 


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