Friday, April 08, 2005

Pattie McCarthy & Seth Frechie at Benna's Cafe Sunday April 10 

Please join us

Sunday, April 10th

3:30 pm


Benna’s Café

8th & Wharton

for the fourth in an ongoing poetry series…

Pattie McCarthy's bk of (h)rs (2002) and Verso (2004) were both published by Apogee Press. She received her M.A. in Creative Writing-Poetry from Temple University, and co-founded BeautifulSwimmer Press with Kevin Varrone. Her work has appeared in many magazines and journals, including 26: a journal of poetry & poetics, American Letters & Commentary, ixnay magazine, Kiosk, and Pom2. She has taught literature and writing at Queens College of the City University of New York, Loyola College in Baltimore, and Towson University. She lives in Philadelphia.


Seth Frechie is a poet and fiction writer who lives in Narberth, PA and, more recently, central Mexico where he spends summers with his wife, the artist and designer Karen Kauffman. A graduate of Temple University’s Creative Writing Program, Seth holds a PhD in English Literature. He is Associate Professor of English and Communication at Cabrini College where he directs the College Writing Program. From 1992 to 1997, he co-edited “TO: A Journal of Poetry, Prose, and the Visual Arts,” which published poets including Robert Creeley, Nathaniel Tarn, and Beverly Dahlen, visual art by Phillip Guston, Jock Sturges, and Emmet Gowin, as well as writing by a younger generation of Philadelphia poets and fiction writers.

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