34th STREET POETS
Barbara Daniels' chapbook, The Woman Who Tries to Believe, won the Quentin R. Howard Prize and was published by Wind Publications. Her poems have appeared in The Massachusetts Review, Many Mountains Moving, The Cortland Review and other journals. She received an Individual Artist Fellowship from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts and was recently nominated for a Pushcart Prize.
Cindy Savett took a fifteen year hiatus from writing to work in the business world. Since returning, she has poems in an upcoming issue of Margie, has read at Borders Bookstore and has completed her first manuscript.
B.E. Kahn, a native Philadelphian has read her poetry at Barnes & Noble Bookstores, Robins Book Store and various other venues. She was awarded first prize for poetry at the Philadelphia Writers Conference, 1997, and a Pew Grant, 1988, for studies in the Humanities. Her poems have appeared in Harrisburg Review, Earth's Daughters, The Schuylkill Valley Journal, CQ, California Quarterly and other journals.
Don Riggs first published a poem in The Pine Cone, the newspaper of Pine Crest Elementary School, in @ 1965. He has published occasionally since then, all in very small publications. He currently does over half his writing in the bathtub, then dries himself off and teaches at Drexel.
Sandra Chaff is an attorney who clings to her love of the word even when that love is not translated by her into poetry for long periods of time. She is one of the original members of the poetry group which began meeting 10 years ago this December under the memorable and lyrical designation of "the Monday night poetry group." Sandra has had poems published in Poet Lore and Six, and is interested in the fact that their group finally is managing to have a reading (qua group) after all these years and an edgy reading at that!
Heartbreaking. Lyrical. Edgy. Hilarious. The 34th Street Poets have read and written together for the past ten years. Celebrate Veteran's Day with these veterans of poetry's paper wars.
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