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Tammy Nuzzo-Morgan Poetry Workshop, February 2019

Saturday, February 23, 1-3:30 PM

Join poet Tammy Nuzzo-Morgan, founder of The North Sea Poetry Scene Press and Poet-in-Residence at Southampton Historical Museum for a discussion of Whitman’s life and work during the Civil War, followed by a workshop.

A unique opportunity for novice and experienced poets alike to explore Whitman’s verse and to pen some lines of their own.  Refreshments will be served.

BIO FOR TAMMY-NUZZO MORGAN:

 Ms. Morgan’s career milestones include: first woman to be appointed Suffolk County Poet Laureate; a position she held from 2009-2011; Walt Whitman’s Birthplace Association Poet of the Year 2017; and 2014 Poetry Director of Youth Program in Ireland at the Gerard Manly Hopkins Festival.

She is Assistant Professor in Humanities at Briarcliffe College where she is working on her Ph.D. dissertation, “The Healing Power of Poetry and the Creative Process.” Author of several books of poetry including Let Me Tell You Something, which earned a Pulitzer Prize nomination in 2006, Ms. Morgan describes her work as confessional and has been writing poetry since she was a teenager.

For more information, contact Jacqueline Marks, jmarks@amaglibrary.org


Mondays, Abs Plus 

$20/class, bring your own mat • 10 – 11 am
Join instructor Lisa Farbar for a great Core & Abs Workout. Get strong, balanced and flexible.

Small classes feel like having a personal trainer


Mysteries of the World Book Discussion

New members are always welcome. Pick up your copy of the current book at the Circulation Desk.

Meets Third Thursday of the month at 6:00 pm. (Check the monthly calendar for changes due to holidays)


Science Fiction Book Discussion Group

Meets on the second Tuesday of every month at 4pm, all year lon. (Check the monthly calendar for holiday changes)

All are welcome to discuss some great science fiction books.


Monday Book Club

Meets 1:30-2:30PM on Mondays in the Community Room. New members are always welcome. Pick up your copy of the current book at the Circulation Desk.


The Library Writers’ Critique Group

Each session allows the writer to read some of their work and receive valuable input from professional librarians, an editor and fellow writers. Please bring in any writing material and/or the ideas you are working on. Together we will work towards bringing your goals to fruition. Most sessions will allow time to read from what you have written and analyze it with your peers. In the coming months, you can look forward to meeting guest speakers for professional guidance and support.

Meetings are the 1st and 3rd Wednesday, 5:30-7PM