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Jacqueline Jones LaMon 3/9/08

Sponsored by the Great Neck Arts Center, the Poetry Sundays series presents first-rate poets reading their work and discussing it with the audience. The next poet is Jacqueline Jones LaMon, who will appear at the Great Neck Plaza Village Hall from 2-4 PM on Sunday, March 9th. Admission is $5.00, including refreshments. Hosted by Carolyn Raphael. For directions, www.greatneckplaza.net/directions/htm . For more information, www.greatneckarts.org (see Performance).
Jacqueline Jones LaMon is a poet and writer. Her poetry has been published in Crab Orchard Review, Natural Bridge, Fugue, and WarpLand, among other journals. Her first poetry collection, Gravity, U.S.A., received the Quercus Review Press Poetry Series 2005 Book Award. She is on the English faculty of Adelphi University. Her first novel, In The Arms of One Who Loves Me, was by Ballantine/One World Books in June 2002.

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