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Columbia Poetry Nights continue to have strong support

From Christina O'Rourke

The second Poetry Night at the Cafe on the Square showed that they continue to have strong support, with 12 persons showing up to read a variety of poetry, a number which seemed to be suppressed slightly because of Fall Break at Lindsey Wilson and Adair County High School.

Those reading to the enthusiastic audience were Jordan Coomer, Gabrielle Reagin, James Brown, Billy Joe Fudge, Dave Grigsby, Amelia Withers, lee barko, Darlene Campbell, Sam Johnson, Ray Moore, Beth, and Greg Blair.

There is no charge to attend. Readers can just show up with favorites of their own works or selections by other poets.

The next Poetry Night will start at 5pmCT, Monday, November 14, 2011, at the Cafe on the Square, 212 Public Square, Columbia, KY. Contact Christina O'Rourke at with any questions.

This story was posted on 2011-10-11 17:05:43
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