Poetry in the Village

Goff Hall, a beautiful 100-year-old building in Rehoboth, Massachusetts, is home to Blanding Public Library and also hosts Poetry in the Village, a monthly open mic and reading series.

For National Poetry Month in April, I decided to take the poetry plunge and competed in my first-ever slam contest at Poetry in the Village. I came in second–not too shabby, considering the strong competition!

I’ll be back next month as a featured reader on Wednesday, May 20. Open mic sign-up begins at 6 p.m., and the reading begins at 6:30. I hope you’ll join the fun and bring a poem (or flash prose) of your own to read.

Goff Hall - Blanding Public Library

Goff Hall – Blanding Public Library

About Kathryn

Kathryn Kulpa is a winner of the Vella Chapbook Contest for her flash fiction collection Girls on Film (Paper Nautilus). She is also the author of a short story collection, Pleasant Drugs (Mid-List Press) and a microfiction chapbook, Who's the Skirt? (Origami Poems Project). As a two-legged being, she is in the minority in her household.

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