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WOODS HOLE PUBLIC LIBRARY: Poetry Reading
August 5 @ 7:30 pm
Two poets with close ties to Woods Hole will be reading from their work at the library on Monday, August 5, at 7:30 p.m. David Epstein, a life-long Woods Hole summer resident, grew up winters in Lexington, Massachusetts. He has published articles for the At-Home Dad Newsletter; poems in Poesia, Poetic Hours, The Lyric, Blue Collar Review, and Shofar. Lee Parpart also has spent most of her summers in Woods Hole. She was born in Boston and raised, as she says “all over,” including Colorado, Zambia, and Woods Hole. She has had a “funny sort of patchwork career “in journalism, academia, and creative writing. She wrote poetry and fiction as a teen, even winning an Olivetti once, then veered into newspaper reporting for a time, covering conservation issues for the Cape Cod Times and writing film and visual arts columns for two Canadian dailies. The poetry reading is free and open to the public. It will be held in the lower level of the library with its readily accessible entrance on the eastern side of the building.