Leigh Harrison, Cindy Hochman, and Joseph Charles Rebis, Jr. Rock Brooklyn with Poetry
The Brownstone Poets presents Leigh Harrison, Cindy Hochman, and Joseph Charles Rebis, Jr. on Saturday, February 4 at 2:30 p.m. at Park Plaza Restaurant in historic Brooklyn Heights.
The Brownstone Poets presents:
Leigh Harrison, Cindy Hochman, and Joseph Charles Rebis, Jr.
Saturday, February 4 at 2:30 p.m.
Park Plaza Restaurant
220 Cadman Plaza West near Clark St.and Pineapple Walk
Brooklyn, NY 11201 - 718 – 596 – 5900
Take the A or C to High Street, 2 or 3 to Clark Street,
4, 5 or R to Court Street, Borough Hall
For more directions:
$3 Donation – plus Food/Drink - Open-Mic
Curated by Patricia Carragon email:
LEIGH HARRISON is a life-long writer, poet, and singer-songwriter, creator of the Pentina poetry form, author of three volumes of poetry (Tour de Farce, Our Harps Upon the Willows, and Finding Sermons in Stones), and has two CD’s (Eclectic Chanteuse, and Oh, Wow!) released by SongCrew Music. Her poetry has been widely published in print and online; she is currently co-producing videos of the Poet To Poet (with Robert Dunn) TV show for viewing on YouTube. www.leighharrison.com
CINDY HOCHMAN is a legal proofreader right here in Brooklyn Heights, and does freelance proofreading for Harrison/Hochman “100 Proof,” a company she founded with her beautiful co-feature Leigh Harrison. She is the editor-in-chief of the online journal First Literary Review-East, an associate editor for Mobius, the Poetry Magazine, the associate editor of Poetry Thin Air Cable Show, and a contributing book reviewer for Coldfront Magazine, Pedestal Magazine, New Mirage Journal, and Gently Read Literature. Cindy is a proud member of the Brownstone Poets editorial staff. Her latest chapbook, The Carcinogenic Bride, is on sale today for only 5 smackeroos - - or your best haggle!
JOSEPH CHARLES REBIS, JR., a noted bus and coach photographer since 1977, was featured in an article, “Ich Bin Ein M4” (The New Yorker, May 26, 2008). He started writing poetry about five years ago. In 2009, he began reading his poetry at the Green Pavilion and the Brownstone Poets.