Lit: National Poetry Month

National Poetry Month is coming to an end and after celebrating with weekly poetry readings in its Reading Garden Lounge, the Cincinnati Public Library will wrap things up this week with readings by poets Dana Ward and Michael S. Hennessey. The readings

National Poetry Month is coming to an end and after celebrating with weekly poetry readings in its Reading Garden Lounge, the Cincinnati Public Library will wrap things up this week with readings by poets Dana Ward and Michael S. Hennessey. Ward is the author of Roseland & the Drought and editor of Cy Press. He’s also an advocate for adult literacy at the Over-the-Rhine Learning Center. Hennessey is the managing editor of PennSound, a project of the Center for Programs in Contemporary Writing at the University of Pennsylvania, and Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Cincinnati. The readings are free and begin at 7 p.m. Don’t miss this last one.

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