Poetry Events

Spring 2014

Sunday, March 23 at 3 p.m.
Featuring readings by contributors to Paumanok, Interwoven
Reception Room, Kellenberg Hall. Free. Open to the public. No reservations necessary.

 Paumanok, Interwoven is a unique anthology of works by Long Island poets and photographers that takes the reader through a year, with 365 days of evocative pairings of poem and picture. Its editor, Kathy Donnelly, also edited its precursor, Paumanok, Poems and Pictures of Long Island. She is both poet and photographer, as well as a nurse practitioner at Stony Brook Hospital.

Sunday, May 4 at 3 p.m.
Featuring poets George Guida and Doreen D. Spungin, plus an open reading.
Reception Room, Kellenberg Hall. Free. Open to the public. No reservations necessary.

George Guida teaches English and creative writing at New York City College of Technology and is Poetry Editor of 2 Bridges Review. Author of five books, two collections of poems, and a novel, his work has also appeared in numerous literary journals and anthologies.

Doreen D. Spungin writes as Dd. Spungin and hosts a monthly poetry reading for Poets in Nassau at Sip This in Valley Stream. Her poetry has appeared in a variety of publications, including literary journals, both print and online, and poetry anthologies. Several of her poems have also been set to music by Julie Mandel.