Woodstock Poetry Society Reading featuring Irene Sipos and Perry S. Nicholas
Poets Irene Sipos and Perry S. Nicholas will be featured followed by an open mike when the Woodstock Poetry Society meets in-person at the Woodstock Library and virtually via Zoom on Saturday, June 10, 2023 at 2pm (Eastern).
WPS meetings are held the 2nd Saturday (2pm) of every month. (Except in November, 2023, when it will be the 3rd Saturday)
To attend virtually: contact email@example.com to receive Zoom info. If attending, please indicate if you would like to be on the open mike. Thank you.
This month we are meeting virtually via Zoom. Beginning in Feb, 2023 we will be meeting in-person at the Woodstock Library and virtually via Zoom.
Note: WPS&F meetings are (usually) held the 2nd Saturday of every month at 2pm.
The readings will be hosted by Woodstock area poet Phillip X Levine. All meetings are free, open to the public, and include an open mike.
Irene Sipos earned her MA in the legendary 1970s English Department of SUNY University at Buffalo. She taught in the Writing Program at Buffalo State University for thirty years where she was a founder of the Rooftop Poetry Club. Her work has appeared in scores of national and local publications and anthologies including Lilith Magazine, Earth’s Daughters and The Comstock Review where she was a finalist in the Jesse Bryce Niles Chapbook contest in 2015. Her poem “Poetry” was recently selected for a public poetry project, Lit City on the Move by Just Buffalo Literary Center. She is the author of a collection of poems, Stones, published by No Frills Press. Irene lives in Buffalo New York where she is a coordinator of the Buffalo Corner Reading Series.
Perry S. Nicholas is a retired English Professor at SUNY at ERIE in Buffalo, N.Y. where he was awarded the SUNY Chancellor’s Award and the President’s Outstanding Teacher Award. He has published one textbook of poetry prompts, three full-length and six chapbooks of original poetry, along with two CDs of poetry. He has hosted 5 poetry venues over the years in the WNY area, and he has read his work in Woodstock, Kingston, Albany, NYC, Plymouth MA, and Athens, Greece. He has done interviews online with Stockbridge, MA library and Queens College, NYC. You can see his work at perrynicholas.com.