Stone Soup Poetry meets from 8-10 p.m. every Monday at the Out of The Blue Art Gallery at 106 Prospect Street with an open mike sign-up at 7:30 p.m. On March 4th, we celebrate the birthday of Stone Soup's own Bill Perrault as he reads with friends.
Bill Perrault has been
published in Spoonful, Out of the Blue Writers
Unite, and various web pages, and if you are lucky enough to
be on his e-mail list, the poetry is Hot Off The Presses! Bill has
featured, performed and sometimes hosted at open mikes all over
NewEngland--including: COOL COFFEE in Biddeford, ME, Bestseller’s Cafe
inMedford, MA his Walden Pond Series and, of course, Out Of the
BlueGallery. Bill is a staple figure at the Gallery in Cambridge, MA and
has faithfully supported the events they hold there every day/night of the week-- Stone Soup and all.
Walter Howard is a retired history professor, English teacher, and
journalist. He is a member of the Longfellow Society, Natick Writers,
and the Wayland Poetry Workshop. His poems have appeared in Motive,
Longfellow Journal, Ibbetson Street Press, Journal of Modern Writing,
Endicott Review, and others.
R. Wayne Nickerson writes:
"I started writing short stories and poetry at Riverview Hopefield
School, A boarding school I attended from 1966-1968. I had a great
English Teacher, Mr.s Prat, who encouraged her students to read both
classics and new writers, which I still do to this day.
like to encourage people to do the same. I also paint and enjoy singing.
I've been since age five and still own my first book. I started
performing mine and others' work three work three years work three years
ago. I pray I'll continue to do this for a long, long time. Viva Stone
soup, viva fellow writers, good company, good life."