A Night of Poetry with Lindsay Rockwell and Deborah Schwartz Wed, June 21 at 7 pm


Lindsay Rockwell is poet-in-residence for the Episcopal Church of Connecticut and hosts their Poetry and Social Justice Dialogue series. She’s published, or has work forthcoming, in CALYX, EcoTheo Review, Gargoyle, Radar, River Heron Review, among others. Her first collection, GHOST FIRES, has been published by Main Street Rag. She’s received fellowships from Vermont Studio Center and Edith Wharton/The Mount residency.  Lindsay holds a Master of Dance from New York University’s Tisch School of Arts and is an oncologist.


Deborah Schwartz’s latest poetry collection, Wind of the House, Voice of the Stream, of the Dream That you Dream, While We Turn You Around, “interweaves the most pressing issues of the day—immigration, run-amok capitalism, and the climate cliff on which we live,” (Ellen Doré Watson, author of pray me stay eager.) Her 2019 poetry collection, A Girl Could Disappear Like This, "...bold, funny and intensely 'female', navigates oceans, skies, and bodies with curiosity and tenderness.” (Diane Wald, author of The Warhol Pillows .) Deborah is an Associate Professor in the English Department at Bunker Hill Community College in Boston.


Event date: 

Wednesday, June 21, 2023

Event address: 

Broadside Bookshop
247 Main Street
Northampton, MA 01060