Emily Dickinson’s Birthday Celebration, 2010   1 comment

Emily Dickinson’s Birthday Celebration at the Corner Pub in Downtown Conroe, TX — Image by kenne

Again this year, poets and commoners will be gathering to share their love for the poetry of Emily Dickinson. There will be two events tomorrow, December 16, 2010 — 3:00 p.m. at Lone Star College-Montgomery Library Dickinson Scholar Brenda Wineapple will discuss her book White Heat:  The Friendship of Emily Dickinson and Thomas Wentworth Higginson, which was a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle and a New York Times “Notable Book.”

7:00 p.m. at The Corner Pub on the Square, 302 North Main in Conroe Gathering of Poets celebration readings, book sales and signings, cake cutting and frivolities featuring some of Texas’s finest published poets including:

Paul Christensen, Sarah Cortez, Sybil Estess, DeDe Fox, Carolyn Florek, John Gorman, Lyman Grant, Grady Hillman, Ken Jones, Rich Levy, Jerome Loving, Janet Lowery, Ange Mlinko, Janet McCann, Hallie Moore, Katherine Durham Oldmixon, Dave Parsons, Deseree Probasco, David Rossi, Paul Ruffin, Melissa Studdard, Chuck Taylor, James Ulmer, Randall Watson, Mick Lowell White

I will miss not being able to attend this annual event, which has become a highly respected Lone Star College – Montgomery and Conroe Commission on Arts.

kenne


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