Victoria Sullivan

New World Writers Night Featuring The Goat Hill Poets

Victoria Sullivan

On Thursday, July 28, New World Writers Night presents a group feature from The Goat Hill Poets.

The Goat Hill Poets is a critique group which has been meeting for nearly a decade. Its members come together occasionally for group readings. This reading will include all six members of the group, along with a bonus reader from the Woodstock-Mayapple Writers’ Retreat.

Readings take place at New World Home Cooking, 1411 Route 212, between Woodstock and Saugerties. This reading will begin promptly at 7, so please arrive by 6:30 for dinner. Readings include an open mic (5 minute limit) which can be poetry or prose. No admission charge; there is a voluntary collection for the writers. Attendees who wish to have dinner before the reading can call 845-246-0900 for reservations.

Marianna Boncek is the author of “Gone Missing in New York,” “Spooky Hudson Valley,” and many poems and successful students.

Leslie Gerber is the author of “Lies of the Poets.”

“This poet loves the world that keeps breaking his heart.” – Gail Godwin

Alison Koffler is the author of “The Others” and “Poems from ‘Animal Trance’.”

“Alison Koffler’s is a poetry not only of honed, pure looking, which is impressive enough, but of really seeing, which is even more so.”  – Gretchen Primack

Judith Lechner is the author of “The Moon Sings Back” and innumerable textbooks.

“A pure pleasure to read.” – Will Nixon

Guy Reed is the author of “The Effort to Hold Light.”

“These are extraordinary poems.” – Donald Lev

Victoria Sullivan is the author of “Alzheimer Dreams,” “The Divided Bed” (with James V. Hatch), “Eating Figs at Twilight,” and “When I Wasn’t Looking,” along with numerous plays.

“We need more witnesses like Victoria Sullivan: poets courageous enough to get it right regardless of the cost. Cherish her.” – Justin Spring

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