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Molly Peacock 10/4/08 & Robert Dunn memorial 10/11/08

As most of you already know, Robert Dunn passed away this past Thursday evening of a massive heart attack. There will be no public services, but there will be a memorial for him at The Vault on Oct. 11th at 9:00 PM. I will use the open reading time at this (Molly Peacock’s) reading to have a small memorial to Robert for those of you who cannot get to Queens on the 11th. If there is time remaining after the memorial we will continue with our regular open reading.

Saturday, October 4, 2008

1:30 PM

Farmingdale Public Library

116 Merritts Road

(Downstairs: Room A)

(516) 249-9090

Featuring:

MOLLY PEACOCK

Hosted by: Yolanda Coulaz

***OPEN READING TO FOLLOW***

(if time allows)


MOLLY PEACOCK is the author of six volumes of poetry, including The Second Blush, published by W.W. Norton and Company and the writer/actor of a one-woman show in poems, “The Shimmering Verge.” Her poems are widely anthologized, appearing in The Best of the Best American Poetry and The Oxford Book of American Poetry. She is a member of the Graduate Faculty of the Spalding University Brief Residency MFA Program in Creative Writing. This year she holds a Fellowship from the Leon Levy Center for Biography at the CUNY Graduate Center to write a book about the 18th century flower collage artist Mrs. Mary Delany. Her website is: www.mollypeacock.org

Directions to Farmingdale Library:

From East or West:

  • Take the Long Island Expressway (495) to:
  • Exit 44S (Rte. 135 Seaford-Oyster Bay Expressway)
  • Proceed to Hempstead Turnpike (exit 7 East).
  • Go East for approximately 1 mile to Merritts Road .
  • Make a right onto Merritts Road .
  • Library is about 1/4 mile on the right hand side.

From the Southern State Parkway :

  • Take Southern State to Bethpage State Parkway North .
  • Go to 1st Exit ( Boundary Avenue ).
  • Go about 2 blocks to Merritts Road .
  • Make right onto Merritts Road .
  • Library is 1/4 mile on the left hand side.

Seaford-Oyster Bay Expressway:

  • Take the Seaford-Oyster Bay Expressway (Rte. 135) to
  • Hempstead Turnpike (exit 7 East ).
  • Go East on Hempstead Turnpike to Merritts Road .
  • Make right onto Merritts Road .
  • Library is 1/4 mile on the right hand side.

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