Date: January 27, 2019

Time: Sunday, 2pm-4pm

Location: MBG Larkins Classroom


Join us for poetry readings from two accomplished authors! Light refreshments will be provided.

Selected readings from:
Barbara Henning – Just Like That (Spuyten Duyvil) and A Day Like Today (Negative Capability Press)
Maureen Owen – Edges of Water (Chax Press), Erosion’s Pull (Coffee House Press), and Imaginary Income (Hanging Loose Press)

Members Free
NonMembers General Admission ($5)
Donations always welcome!

About our presenters:

Barbara Henning is the author of four novels and seven collections of poetry. Most recent books are a novel, Just Like That (Spuyten Duyvil) and a book of poetry, A Day Like Today (Negative Capability Press). She is also the editor of a book of interviews, Looking Up Harryette Mullen, and The Collected Prose of Bobbie Louise Hawkins. Barbara lives in Brooklyn, has taught for Naropa University and Long Island University where she is Professor Emerita. Her website is

Maureen Owen’s most recent book is Edges of Water, Chax Press. Other books include: Erosion’s Pull, Coffee House Press, finalist for the Colorado Book Award; American Rush: Selected Poems, finalist for the L.A. Times Book Prize; and AE (Amelia Earhart), Before Columbus American Book Award.  She was the publisher and editor of Telephone Magazine/Telephone Books. Maureen lives in Denver and has taught for Naropa University.  Her readings can be found on PennSound.

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