Please join us at Green Kill on Saturday evening on Saturday, December 2nd at 8 p.m. for a combination reading and closing party Four Voices in Poetry & Prose: Marina Mati, Will Nixon, Guy Reed, Joanne Pagano Weber.
The artists Rick Pantell, Janice Mauro and Joanne Pagano Weber, who will also be performing, will attend the event.
The event will also feature well known author and journalist Will Nixon, as well as poets Marina Mati and Guy Reed. The reading is organized by Bruce Weber, who will also be hosting. Suggested contribution, $8.
Will Nixon, Joanne Pagano Weber, and Guy Reed read at Green Kill on December 2, 2017.
Joanne Pagano Weber is a visual artist, a writer, and educator. A narrative painter, in recent years she has collaborated with the sculptor Janice Mauro on cross-disciplinary installations, including text, which combine humor and social critique concerning the ramifications of global warming. She teaches Fine Art at the College of Mount Saint Vincent in The Bronx, New York.
Will Nixon is the co-author of Walking Woodstock: Journeys into the Wild Heart of America’s Most Famous Small Town and The Pocket Guide to Woodstock. His poetry collections include Acrostic Woodstock, Love in the City of Grudges, and My Late Mother as a Ruffed Grouse.
Marina Mati grew up in NYC where she featured throughout the tri-state area and was the producer/co-host of a poetry series in the West Village. Now living in Ulster County, NY, marina has featured at major venues throughout the Hudson Valley, such as the Woodstock Poetry Society and Calling All Poets Series in Beacon, NY, (now located in New Paltz) where she was also on the board of directors. Her work can be seen on various websites, in publications, anthologies and her chapbook, cave-speak.
Guy Reed is a graduate of The American Academy of Dramatic Arts and author of the poetry chapbook, The Effort To Hold Light (Finishing Line Press). Most recently, he’s published poems in Poetry East and contributed 2 poems, performing one, in a featured role for the independent feature film, I Dream Too Much (2015, 77 Films, Attic Light Films). A Minnesota native, Guy has lives in the Catskill Mountains the past 20 years with his wife and their two children.