|Photo by Tammy Murawski|
Stone Soup meets every Thursday from 6:30 to 8:30 on 138 Tremont Street in St. Paul's Cathedral's Lawrence room (past the receptionist area after entering the cathedral on the right-side entrance). On September 6, Stone Soup kicks off the new month with an open mic and the return of K. Peddlar Bridges as feature.
K. Peddlar Bridges is the Bikerpoet/Roadpoet, and has ridden for years. At present he owns a black 2003 Harley XLH. He has written a number of books and chap books, the most resent being Laconia 1916, The Beginning and Laconia, Chasing The Road. He has produced over 100 cable TV shows, including "The Roadpoets Studio," "The Roadpoets Café’" and "The Laconia and Roadpoets Studio." He and his co-producer Tammy Mauraski recently won a national award for his Elephant’s Gaveyard of Tin video.
He is a long-time columnist for the Connecticut Cruise News and The New York Cruise News. Newspaper He is the Former Poet Laureate of the Old Connecticut Bikeweek, and Don Clady’s Super Sunday Expo ®. He currently serves as the Laconia Motorcycle Week Poet Laureate and Central Archivist.
Peddlar also holds a double degree from The Harvard Extension School. His goals are to ride more miles, write more books, shoot more videos and to build another Harley.