The Brookline Poetry Series Weblog

February 20, 2008

We’re Moving!

Filed under: Uncategorized — brooklinepoetry @ 5:40 pm

Our last reading at Brookline Booksmith was bittersweet. The amazing John Deane was our feature, with the delightful Judy Herman as opener. A great last hurrah in Coolidge Corner.

We’ve loved being in that space for almost seven years, but we’ve gotten so big the store can no longer accommodate our rowdy clan each month.

Fortunately, some guardian angels have stepped in and, with some pleasurable negotiations, we’re proud to say we’ll finish out our season at the main branch of the Brookline Public Library, 361 Washington St. in Brookline Village. Accessible by the green line T and several MBTA buses.

Our next reading in the new space, the sublime Hunneman Hall, is Friday, March 7, at 7 p.m. Feature is Gail Mazur, with rising star Liam Powell as opener.

We hope it’s a smooth transition; we’ll finish out this season on the first Friday of the month as always, but for the 2008-09 season will move to Sunday afternoons.

Thanks to all our supporters and friends.

Here’s a poem I thought might be apt.

— SR

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