Anne Carhart Reads Monday Night, August 29

Ann Carhart considers herself an old local Cambridge poet and psychologist but readily admits to having been born in Brookyn, falling in love with poetry while living in the Village and attending NYU. Her poetry has been published in anthologies like Cries of the Spirit and Out of The Blue Writers Unite as well as Heat City Literary Review, Earth Daughters, and The Hartford Courant.

The current artist in residence at the Noyes School of Rhythym in Portland Connecticut, she has read her poems at Harvard University, Blacksmith House, Episcopal Divinity School, Fireside Poetry Series, Ryles, and Out of The Blue, where she returns to this coming Monday.

Stone Soup starts at eight as usual. Be sure to show up a half hour early for the open mike sign-up.

Click here for a sample poem.


About The Venue

Jack Powers, founder. Photo by Bill Perrault.

Stone Soup was founded over thirty years ago by the Boston poet Jack Powers. Though it's origins are firmly footed in the Beats (highlights over the years have included Gregory Corso, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Allen Ginsberg, and local figure John Wieners), the weekly gathering has included all styles of poetry at one time or another. With the publication of a recent anthology and the hosting and recording of the series being carried on faithfully by such notable figures as Bill Perrault, Stone Soup will continue to invite, seek out and feature the most interesting voices in the Boston area and beyond.

Stone Soup has been held in many places over the years. It's current home resides in the Fort Point Arts Community's Assemblage Gallery, located on 70(a) Sleeper Street, just across from the Barking Crab restaurant.We gather there every Wednesday night from 6:30 to 8:30 PM.

To be considered for a Stone Soup feature contact us at stonesouppoetry@yahoo.com.