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Dear Poetry Friends,

After a cool and cloudy spring, the sun has arrived!  And who better to bring us into the fold of summer’s heat than Bernadette McBride?  What a generous poet: in words, music, art, and her support of other poets.  I’m looking forward to hearing a collection of her work, especially from her most recent book, Whatever Measure of Light.

When: Friday night at 8pm

Where: The Newtown Library Company, 114 E. Centre Ave. Newtown, PA  18940

Who: Bernadette McBride

Who Else: YOU on the open mike

Bring a poem, bring a friend!

On the doorstep of summer,

Susan Gerardi Bello

Bernadette McBride is author of three full-length poetry collections. Her poems have appeared in the UK, in numerous U.S journals and anthologies, and on PRIs The Writer’s Almanac with Garrison Keillor. A former Poet Laureate for Bucks County, she is a three-time Pushcart Prize nominee whose work has won several awards. She is an adjunct college English professor, serves as poetry co-editor for the Schuylkill Valley Journal, and welcomes your visit at bernadettemcbrideblog.wordpress.com

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Bucks County Bards – Poetry readings and open mike

The third Friday of every month at 8 PM. (watch for schedule change during the summer)

Featuring area poets and there is always an open mike!  All poets, poets-in-training and poetry lovers are welcome to drop in. Please join us. And bring a poem for the open mike!

The Bucks County Bards have made our Newtown Library their home for many years.  All members of the community are invited to stop in to enjoy notable guest poets reading their works in this historic setting.

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