Alyta Adams to Read at Poetry on the Loose :: Literary: Readings and Booksignings
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Alyta Adams will read at the next program in the Poetry on the Loose Reading/Performance Series. The event will be held at 7 West Street in Warwick at 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, May 5. Enter by door on right side of building. Following the feature, others are welcome to read original work. Admission is free.
Alyta Adams, poet, artist, and ordained interfaith minister, has been keeping journals and writing poetry since she was twelve. Her poems have been published in the Orange Review and Brooklyn’s The New Press Literary Quarterly (under the name “Marsha Felice Adams”). She was a featured reader at the Upfront Gallery Poetry Series in Port Jervis.
In the ‘90’s, while living in Brooklyn, Alyta was an original member of Nancy Bengis Friedman’s 555 Writer’s Salon. She also studied with Natalie Goldberg, and attended Ira Progoff’s Intensive Journal Workshop.
Apart from poetry, Adams has written and performed stand-up comedy at Caroline’s, Stand-Up N.Y., and Don’t Tell Mama in Manhattan. Her blog, Rev. Alyta’s Daily Spirit, can be accessed on her website www.thespiralcenter.com. Warwick Valley Living has featured her blog entries online. Ms. Adams also writes all copy for both the Spiral Center (her spiritual/creative business) and her art website www.alytaadamsart.com.
The next Poetry on the Loose reading will be held June 2 and will feature John Fitzpatrick.
College of Poetry, Sugar Loaf
7 West St.
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