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Wilson Reviews – The Handheld Mirror of the Mind

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http://www.philly.com/arts/books/diane-sahms-guarnieri-handheld-mirror-mind-poetry-philadelphia-20190108.html

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Back From Beacon, New York

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I recently read at The Howland Cultural Center in the town of Beacon in the beautiful Hudson Valley of New York State. The crowd was great and I send special thanks to Hayden Wayne and Robert Milby for booking me. A nice way to end the year.

Best wishes to all for all in the New Year

Newtown Bookshop Featured Poet

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Diane Sahms-Guarnieri will read  on October 11 @ 6 p.m. at the Newtown Bookshop.  Please join us and bring a poem or two. We look forward to seeing you there!
BIO
Diane Sahms-Guarnieri, a native Philadelphian, is the author of four full-length poetry collections, her latest one, The Handheld Mirror of the Mind (Kelsay Press, 2018). She has been published in The Philadelphia InquirerPennsylvania Literary Journal, Many Mountains Moving, Philadelphia Stories, among others. Currently she is poetry editor at North of Oxford, an online literary journal.
 
Newtown Bookshop Poetry Group
Village at Newtown, 2835 S. Eagle Road,
Newtown, PA 18940
www.newtownbookshop.com
(215) 968-2400
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An Interview at Poets’ Pause

Crossover at The Pangolin Review

The poem, Crossover, just published at The Pangolin Review.

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A Great Evening of Poetry in Reading, Pa.

We had a great evening with the Berks Bards at Goggleworks in Reading, Pennsylvania. Thanks to Jennifer Hetrick for booking us and to Angie for the video that appears here.

Back From Middletown

 

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We had a great time at the Middletown Township Arts and Cultural Festival. Thanks to Linda Reboh for inviting us to perform.

Unto the Heavens these Canada Geese Published at Canary Magazine

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Canary Magazine just released their Fall 2017 issue and included the poem

 

Back From Point Pleasant, New Jersey

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We had a great evening at the Point Pleasant Library with Dennis Towsend and the Crushed Beneath Poetry Series. Dennis was a gracious host and the crowd was wonderful. You can listen to a recording of my poem, As long as a heart is beating someone is always live, on my video page.

 

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A Great April

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We had a great April reading at The Langhorne Coffee House, First Fridays on April 7th followed by a reading at Mudd Puddle Coffee Roasters in New Paltz on April 15th. Thanks to our gracious hosts for having us. Next up is May 20th at T.S. Cornerstones in Bristol, Pa.

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