readings + 7.2.08 INTERSECTIONS @ Anacostia Community Museum w/Miriam Kotzin

I went to a really great reading yesterday, one of my favorite people, did an awesome reading with John O’ Dell in Rock Creek Park at the Miller Cabin Series. This series happens every Tuesday at 7:30pm

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*Please take note this event will take place at the Smithsonian’s Anacostia Museum, which is located at:

1901 Fort Place, SE,
Washington, D.C. 20020
For more information call either
202-889-5000 x 141
or 202-633-4820

INTERSECTIONS presents

Miriam Kotzin
Dr. Miriam Kotzin teachs literature and creative writing at Drexel University in Philadelphia, where she is the Director of the Certificate Program in Writing and Publishing. She also serves as advisor to Maya, the student literary magazine.

Dr. Kotzin’s poetry has been published in a number of print magazines, among them: The Iron Horse Literary Review, The Painted Bride Quarterly, Boulevard (where she is a contributing editor), The Mid-American Review, The Southern Humanities Review, Pulpsmith, and Confrontation.

Online her poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in the Small Spiral Notebook, Drexel Online Journal, the Vocabula Review, Three Candles, the Poetry Super Highway, For Poetry.com., Word Riot, The Front Street Review, Open Wide, Segue, edificeWRECKED!, Shampoo, Eclectica, FRiGG, Flashquake, Circle Magazine, Branches, Plum Ruby Review, Gator Springs Gazette, Blaze, The Green Tricycle, Riverbabble, MAG: Muse Apprentice Guild, Mini Mag,
Snow Monkey, Maverick Magazine, Poetry Niederngasse, Carnelian and Valparaiso Poetry Review.

*Please take note this event will take place at the Smithsonian’s Anacostia Museum, which is located at:

1901 Fort Place, SE,
Washington, D.C. 20020
For more information call either
202-889-5000 x 141
or 202-633-4820

Why: Artwork, poetry, community, refreshments, and live music by the Rados!

When: Doors open at 7:30 pm. Reading begins at 8:00 pm.

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