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Caswell, Feins to perform at Auburn's Poetry at The Station Bistro

Dennis Caswell - Courtesy photo
Dennis Caswell
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Poetry at The Station Bistro presents the works of Dennis Caswell and Roberta Feins on Wednesday, Dec. 4.

The program is from 7-9 p.m. at the Bistro, 110 Second St. SW, No. 125, one block south of West Main Street, on the east side of the Auburn Transit Center.

Coffee and conversation follow readings. It is an open mic opportunity. The public is invited.

About the poets

Dennis Caswell, who lives outside Woodinville, works as a software engineer in the aviation industry. His work has appeared in Floating Bridge Review, Crab Creek Review, Monarch Review online, and assorted other journals and anthologies. He was selected for the Jack Straw Writers Program in 2013. His first full-length collection, "Phlogiston", was published in 2012 by Floating Bridge Press.

Roberta Feins was born in New York, and has lived in North Carolina and Seattle. She has degrees in social science (BA) and marine ecology (MS) and received her MFA in poetry in 2007 from New England College where she studied with Judith Hall, Carol Frost, DA Powell and Alicia Ostriker.

Feins' poems have been published in Five AM, Antioch Review, The Cortland Review and The Gettysburg Review, among others.

Prizes include First Prize in Poetry, Women in Judaism's 2010 Writing Competition, and Second Place in the 2007 Society for Humanistic Anthropology Ethnographic Poetry Competition.

Feins edits the e-zine Switched On Gutenberg (http://www.switched-ongutenberg.org/) and has selected poetry for Drash: Northwest Mosaic and the Naugatuck River Review. She is the author of "Something Like a River", available from MoonPath Press.

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LINKS:

Presented by The Station Bistro: www.auburnstationbistro.com

Northwest Renaissance, and Auburn Striped Water Poets (sites.google.com/site/stripedwaterpoets)

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