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Folk Groovin’ Café, and other Music & Poetry 10/11/08

A warm and supportive coffee house event with spirited music and  good times8:00 PM
St. Lawrence of Canterbury Church, 655 Old Country Rd., Dix Hills
(3/10 miles West of Deer Park Rd. (Rte. 231)
Admission $10
Coffee, Tea, and light refreshments served.
Hosted by JIM FRAZZITTA (singer/songwriter)
Jim will be performing selections from his new album, 20 Years Below.

All musicians and poets welcome to share a song or two. (Doors open 7:45 pm)

Upcoming Shows:

  • Saturday, November 8th, Conklin Barn, Huntington w/ Bob Westcott
  • Saturday, December 13th, St. Lawrence of Canterbury Church, Dix Hills.

We at TNSPS are deeply saddened by the passing of Robert Dunn
and intend to be at the memorial service for Robert at The Vault
at 9 pm on October 11th after the last of the 2008 Let’s Talk Poetry lectures,
information below.

Please join the North Sea Poetry Scene for the last lecture in its 2008 Let’s Talk Poetry Series
at 2 p. m. on October 11, at the Walt Whitman Birthplace, in Huntington, when D. H. Lawrence Scholar,
Dr. John Haegert, joins us from Indiana to discuss ‘Narrative Restlessness — D. H. Lawrence and the
Art of Fiction.’
His lecture is taken from his book-in-progress on ‘D. H. Lawrence and the
Transgressive Imagination: Authority and Mutiny in the Major Fiction

$5.00 per person / $7.00 per couple. Reservations Required  http://www.waltwhitman.org

(Please email, if you need directions.)
Tammy Nuzzo-Morgan, Founder and President;
Lynn Cohen. Project Director, 2008 Let’s Talk Poetry Lecture Series

“This program is in part made possible by the New York Council
for the Humanities, a state affiliate of the National Endowment
for the Humanities.”

Brief Biography for Dr. Haegert

John Haegert received his A. B. degree in Analytic Philosophy from Colgate University
and his Ph.D. in Modern
Literature and Critical Theory from the University of Chicago,
where he was a Danforth Fellow in the Humanities. His
influential essays on British and American literature have appeared in such scholarly journals
as ‘English Literary History,’ ‘Modern Philology,’ ‘Contemporary Literature,’ ‘Modern Fiction Studies,’
‘Criticism,’ ‘Mosaic,’ ‘The Southern Review,’ ‘Texas Studies in Literature & Language,’ ‘Clio,’
‘The D. H. Lawrence Review,’ and ‘Essays in Literature.’  His numerous teaching awards
at the University of Evansville in Indiana — where he had taught English and American literature
for over 25 years — include UE’s Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award, the Sadelle and Sydney

Berger Award for Outstanding Scholarly Achievement, the Dean’s Teaching Award in Arts & Sciences
for Exemplary Teaching & Mentoring, and multiple election (in 1998, 2002, and 2004) to
‘Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers.’ Dr. Haegert has been a Visiting Professor in American Literature
at both UCLA and the Sorbonne.

If crossing the NY City Limit is out of the question, there’s gig number 2 which I will be producing in true DIY style. This one is a hometown show that happens Saturday, October 11 at Conklin Barn, Huntington , NY. Showtime is 8pm, doors at 7:30, it’s $10 to get in (the place only holds about 50 and I’d love to see a packed house) and we’re even providing the refreshments.  I’m playing with Deborah LombardiPhil Kennelty, and Open Book.  Visit their web sites.  I’m quite certain you’ll appreciate their songcraft and, in the case of Open Book, the beauty of two voices that intertwine in a most distinctive way.

I’ve just updated my web site and the MySpace page as well.  More info, rough mixes from the album, etc. may be found there. Hope you’ll like.

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