September 12: Three Poets from The Boston Poetry Workshop

Stone Soup Poetry meets every Monday from 7-9 p.m. every Monday at the Out of The Blue Art Gallery, now at its new location at 541 Massachusetts Avenue in Central Square Cambridge, Massachusetts. On  September 12, we have a special reading from members of the Boston Poetry Workshop
Sara Afshar is a children’s attorney based in Boston. Her work has appeared in Sidelines Magazine, Slice Magazine and Claudius Speaks. She is a recipient of UMass Lowell's Jack Kerouac Creative Writing Award and is a Salem Poetry Seminar Alum.

Zachary Bos directs Pen & Anvil Press, which like the Boston Poetry Workshop is an activity of the not-for-profit Boston Poetry Union. His work has appeared this year in Unbroken Journal, Written River, Public Pool, Secular Age, Fallujah Magazine, and the chapbook Splash published by Old Frog Pond Farm as part of their annual plein air poetry program. A few times a year, he puts out some of his writing in chapbook form; his most recent is titled "Ditch-lilies and Loukmades." (Ask him for a copy.)

Robert Morris is a poet, fiction writer, and interface artist who lives in Brookline. He studied literature and creative writing at Ithaca College in new York State. His writing has most recently appeared in Clarion and New England Review of Books.