Is every “Beginning” an “End” as well as a “Beginning”?
Come to the Woods Hole Public Library on Wednesday, August 5, 2015 at 7.30 p.m. and join Joan Burstyn, assisted by others, as she explores this and other questions in a reading of her own poetry and “short-shorts”(brief stories).
A long-time summer resident of Woods Hole, Joan Burstyn is a professor emerita of history and education from Syracuse University. She has published four volumes of poems, and was the winner of the 2007 Milton Dorfman poetry prize. A September 2014 interview of hers with Mindy Todd about Treasures Stored for Winter, her most recent book of poems, may be heard by scrolling down the page to the second WCAI recording at www.joanburstyn.com/reviews.
For more information call 508-548-8961.