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Poetry Open Mic

Wednesday, Jan 2, @ 7:00 PM

Tonight we feature two members of Albany Poets. Tess Lecuyer has been working on her poetry since she was an undergrad in Buffalo. She returned to her native Albany after college and has been an active working poet ever since. Her chapbook, Loping Through the Fields, was published by Kew Gardens Press. She has been published in numerous periodicals and particularly loves the live stage, where you might even hear her readings sonnets.
Cheryl A. Rice’s work has appeared in publications up and down the East Coast and in several anthologies. She has published several chapbooks, starting with 1997’s A Thousand Candy Vaginas (Palaver), to her most recent, Outside (Flying Monkey Press, 2011). Cheryl is the founder and host of the Sylvia Plath Bake-Off. She has held her RANDOM WRITING workshops throughout the Hudson Valley, where she has lived for over 30 years, after growing up on Long Island.
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