The Silo Series is pleased to present four writers in a virtual fashion
The reading begins at 7:00 pm (Sunday, July 19) on ZOOM
(zoom room will open at 6:45).
Vemno – thewordbarn
*proceeds go to the writers
Nancy Krygowski is the author of Velocity, winner of the 2006 Agnes Lynch Starrett prize from the University of Pittsburgh Press. She is an ESOL instructor at a non-profit and also teaches in Carlow University’s Madwomen in the Attic writing workshops. The Women in the Corner (February 2020) “ keenly observes and gives voice to the ambiguities and astonishments that we often turn away from—in human relationships and in our own unruly hearts. In poems that speak fearlessly about sex and grief, mothers and daughters, and friendships and marriage, Krygowski examines the beauty and danger of inhabiting a woman’s body in the twenty-first century while negotiating how our pasts infiltrate, for better or worse, the here and now. This intimate collection delivers hard won loves and insights, surprising humor, and daring imagination. Krygowski celebrates our joys, gives witness to our pain, and never, never compromises.”
Jen Ryan Onken lives and teaches in southern Maine. Recent poems have appeared on Maine Public Radio, and in Harbor Review, DeLuge, and Love’s Executive Order. In 2019 she was finalist for the Washburn Prize and won the Maine Poet’s Society prize for previously unpublished poets. Jen recently completed her MFA from Warren Wilson College.
Guy Capecelatro III is the author of the books Some Women and Cape Breton Poems. His work has appeared in The Quarterly, Quarterly West, Story Quarterly, The Hawaii Review, The Square, The Wire, Dasein, Utter, The Penguin Review, Spotlight Magazine, Hi-Fi Magazine, Rollerderby, Multi-Ball, Mono, Aegis, Boston Rock and Tray-Full of Lab Mice Productions. For four years he was the editor of the ‘zine Two-Ton Santa.He is also prolific singer-songwriter, winning five Spotlight awards for his albums over the years and an Inspiration Award from Portsmouth Public Media Television in 2018. Guy Capecelatro III currently lives in Kittery, Maine with his cats Coco and Delilah.
Sarah Anderson holds an MFA in poetry from the Warren Wilson Program for Writers. She has been teaching English for 16 years, and currently teaches in southern Maine. With her husband, she owns and operates The Word Barn in Exeter, NH, a gathering space for literary and musical events, where she runs a reading series (The Silo Series) as well as various creative writing workshops. Her poems have appeared in various journals, including December Magazine, Raleigh Review, and North American Review.