June 23: Russell DuPont Features at Stone Soup Poetry


Amidst the global pandemic, Stone Soup Poetry has been offering an online open mic via Zoom for anyone interested. This continues to receive an amazing response, and we appreciate everyone's participation.

On Wednesday June 23, Russell DuPont features as Stone Soup officially marches into summer. 

Russell DuPont is the author of two novels (King & Train and Waiting for The Turk). He is also the author of several chapbooks (Up in Wisconsin, Travels with Kinsley, There is No Dam Now at Richford) as well as two books of poetry (Winter, 1948 and Establishing Home Plate). His poetry has been published in various literary magazines, including The Albatross, The Anthology of South Shore Poets, Re-Side, Oddball, JerryJazzMusician, Adelaide Literary Magazine, Rye Whiskey Review; and his story, “The Corner,” appears in the anthology Streets of Echoes. His journalism has appeared in The Dorchester Community News, The Melrose Free Press and The Patriot Ledger. His novel, Waiting for the Turk was nominated for a Goodreads Choice Books 2019 Award. He is also a photographer, painter and printmaker whose works have been widely exhibited and are in public and private collections, including The Boston Public Library; Brigham and Women’s Hospital; and The Dana Farber Cancer Institute.

Join us this Wednesday night from 7:00 to 9:00 PM ET by clicking this link.

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