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Reminder: Lo Gallucio Features, September 29

Lo Gallucio reads this Monday on the 22nd. As a teaser, we offer a clip from the Stone Soup Poetry open mike on September 1, 2008. Lo Galluccio reads a selection from her first chapbook.

October 13th: Philip Hasouris and Frank Miller Feature

Stone Soup Poetry meets from 8-10 p.m. every Monday at the Out of The Blue Art Gallery (located on 106 Prospect Street in Cambridge) with an open mike sign-up at 7:30 p.m. On October 13th, Stone Soup will present the anticipated return of Philip Hasouris and Frank Miller, hosts of the well-regarded Brockton Library Poetry Series.

Philip Hasouris has been writing for many years. Like most poets, he began unsure of his words. kept them hidden in notebooks, draws, closets, always in the back of his mind. started reading publicly and eventually people started listening. since then, he has taken every opportunity to share the words.

Born in Scotland and educated both there and in the U.S., Frank Miller now works in sales. "I started writing almost seven years ago and, despite the pleas of the public, continue to do so. If there is anything to interest you it will be found in the poetry. My life certainly would not be entertaining enough to warrant a second glance."

Visit the Brockton Poetry Series web site.



Tom Daley, Ron Goba, and Keith Nystrom Feature.
September Features

September 1st: The return of Tom Daley, Ron Goba, and Keith Nystrom.

September 8th: Elizabeth K. Doran helps to celebrate the birthday of Jack Powers.

September 15th: West Virginian poet Crystal Good visits Boston.

September 22nd: Cantab SlamMaster Simone Beaubien.

September 29: The return of Cambridge artist Lo Galluccio.
YouTube clips of Erin Reardon

A selection of clips from Erin Reardon's feature at Stone Soup on August 18, 2008.

First, her poem, "Foolish April."

Followed by "Poem for a Rabbit."

Finally, "The Crucifixion."

You Tube Clips From The Open Mike

From August 18th, 2008

"A New Choice," A Poem by Dan Piskaldo

"The Years Go Fast and The Days Go Slow" by James McCoy