Our third poetry journal offering is live at midnight on August 1. Don’t miss the opportunity to read and enjoy the poems of the winner and finalists of the first River Heron Poetry Prize. Our regular issue, featuring poems from established and new poets will also be released at the same time.
The Lahaska Bookshop in Peddlers Village will host its monthly poetry reading series, “Poetry is Not a Dirty Word,” with the featured poet, Carly Volpe. Open mic to follow. Join this intimate and vibrant community of poetry lovers for an evening of original poems and a variety of voices.
River Heron Review opens its fourth submission period on September 1. Submissions will be accepted until midnight on November 30. See submission guidelines on the submission page. Please note that all submissions are read anonymously as a measure of fairness to all submitters. Submit up to 5 of your best. We look forward to reading your work.
Lahaska Bookshop continues it series of poetry readings on September 26 at 6:30 with Wendy Steginsky, a Bucks County favorite poet! Join with a dedicated group of poets and poetry-lovers to enjoy an evening of poetry in the cozy atmosphere of the bookshop. Discussion and open mic reading will follow, so bring a poem or two to share.
Bucks County poet, Hayden Saunier, will join Toi Derricotte at Frenchtown’s Art Yard for an evening of poetry. Join the poets and what is sure to be an enthusiastic audience in this dedicated performance space in the New Jersey river town. Tickets are free and recommended: https://artyard.org/calendar-of-events/.