Posted by: Pam, at RML | October 11, 2019

In praise of Walt Whitman by four local poets

Please join Radnor Memorial Library

and Radnor Historical Society

Tuesday, October 15, 2019


as our four local poets celebrate Walt Whitman’s 200th birthday in the Winsor Room

Refreshments will be served

  • Lisa Baron is the author of four poetry collections. Baron’s poems have appeared in Chautauqua, Confrontation, Fourth River, Potomac Review, and Philadelphia Stories. She is an MFA in Poetry graduate of Vermont College of Fine Arts and teaches advocacy in writing and speech at Lehigh County Community College and LaSalle University.
  • Ray Greenblatt is a University of Pennsylvania graduate and has been teaching a Joy of Poetry course at Temple-OLLI University in Philadelphia for the last eight years. A former board member of the Philadelphia Writers Conference, Greenblatt’s poetry has been translated into Polish, Greek, and Japanese and he has presented at the John Steinbeck Festival in Salinas, California.
  • Eileen M. D’Angelo is the Director of Mad Poet’s Society and Editor of Mad Poet’s Review. D’Angelo has been published in Rattle, Manhattan Poetry Review, Wild River Review, Philadelphia Stories, Philadelphia Poets and more. A former six-term president of the Philadelphia Writer’s Conference, Eileen is an advocate for domestic abuse awareness and founder of Arts Against Abuse.
  • Bill Van Buskirk is the author of This Wild Joy that Thrills Outside the Law and won the Joie de Vivre poetry contest sponsored by the Mad Poets’ Review (2010). Everything That’s Fragile is Important received an honorable mention in the Jesse Bryce Niles Chapbook contest in 2017. Van Buskirk’s poems have appeared in The Comstock Review, LIPS, The Schuylkill Valley Journal, Parting Gifts, The Mad Poet’s Review and more.

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