Interviewer vs. Interviewer

Interviewer vs. Interviewer
( Click on picture to view) Elizabeth Lund--Host of Poetic Lines interviews Host of Poet to Poet-- Doug Holder

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

April 4, 2017 5PM Mass Poetry Festival's Sara Siegel and Sharon Amuguni discuss their work and this year's festival!

See it live at 5PM on April 4, 2017  at 5PM

Sara Siegel

Sara Siegel, Program Director

Sara Siegel is a lifelong writer and crafter based in Somerville. After graduating Washington University in St. Louis and working at women's health organizations in NYC, she moved to Burlington, Vermont to earn a Masters in Public Administration at UVM. While there she worked at Vermont Children's Trust Foundation, a grant-making organization working with prevention programs throughout the state. Sara moved to Boston in 2012, and spent nearly three years as the Development and Alumni Relations Associate with School Year Abroad, a high school study abroad and homestay with campuses in China, France, Spain and Italy. Sara's short stories have been published in Wild Violet, Vantage Point, Toasted Cheese Literary Journal and Cleaver Magazine. Her sketch comedy group, Mister Bismuth, regularly performs at ImprovBoston in Cambridge. 


Program Assistant
Summer 2015 -
Sharon is a poet residing in Somerville and is currently attempt to navigate the post-grad life with as much humor and hot tea as possible. She's been published twice in UMass Amherst's Literary journal, Jabberwocky, and once in UMass Amherst's Butterfield Literary Journal. Sharon hopes to one day publish her own poetry book centered on the intersection of resistance, creative production and mental health for marginalized groups, specifically WOC and immigrants.

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Poet Richard Waring: March 28 2017

Poet Richard Waring

 see it live at 5PM  March 28 at:  Poet to Poet

About the Author
Richard Waring’s poems have appeared in the Comstock Review,
Chest, Sanctuary, Contact II, Dark Horse, the American Journal of Nursing,
Mothering, Inward Springs, the Journal of the American Medical Association,
and other publications. He has been anthologized in The Pocket Poetry
Parenting Guide, Rough Places Plain: Poems of the Mountains,
and Unitarian Universalist Poets: A Contemporary American Survey,
and has appeared on Phone-A-Poem and the cable TV show BookBeat.
Richard has a B.A. in English Literature from Drew University
and attended the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics
at Naropa Institute, where he studied the poetry of William Carlos
Williams with Allen Ginsberg. From 1982 to 1988, he edited
Zonë, A Feminist Journal for Women and Men. In 1992, he was the
writing workshop leader at the Star Island Conference on the Arts.
His chapbook, Listening to Stones, was published in 1999 by Pudding House
Publications. He hosts the Workshop for Publishing Poets reading series
at Newtonville Books in Newton, Massachusetts. A long-time resident
of Belmont, Massachusetts, where he raised a son and daughter,
Richard now lives in neighboring Arlington with his wife and her
children. He is a senior layout artist for the
New England Journal of Medicine.

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Poet David Blair March 21, 2017

David Blair

David Blair grew up in Pittsburgh. He is the author of three books of poetry, Ascension Days, which was chosen by Thomas Lux for the Del Sol Poetry Prize, Arsonville, and Friends with Dogs. His poems have appeared in Boston Review, Ploughshares, Slate Magazine, and many other places as well, including the anthologies, The Best of Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet, Devouring the Green, and Zoland Poetry.
He has taught at the New England Institute of Art and in the M.FA. Writing Program at the University of New Hampshire. He lives in Somerville, Massachusetts, with his wife and daughter, and he has a degree in philosophy from Fordham University and an M.F.A. in creative writing from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.