Guilford Poets Guild Welcomes Alison D. Moncrief Bromage in April

On April 14th, The Guilford Poets Guild will welcome Poet Alison D. Moncrief Bromage to our Second Thursday Poetry Series!

The evening will LIVE in the Historical Room at the Guilford Library. We will begin at 6:30pm with an Open Mic and our Guest Poet will share her work from 7-8pm. If you would like to participate in the Open Mic, please email: guilfordpoets@gmail.com. To join us for this in-person event, please register here: https://www.guilfordfreelibrary.org/

Alison’s Bio: Alison D. Moncrief Bromage’s debut poetry collection Daughter, Daedalus was the 2016 winner of the T.S.Eliot Prize for Poetry from Truman State University. Her poems have appeared in The Paris Review, [PANK], The Denver Quarterly and elsewhere. In 2019, Alison debuted The Shadow Itself is A Place, a collaborative dance and poetry performance with choreographer Angharad Davies, at Green Space Studio in Long Island City. She works as a writing instructor at Yale University and Foote School and lives in Branford, CT with her husband, two kids, five chickens, 20,000 bees and one cat.


3 thoughts on “Guilford Poets Guild Welcomes Alison D. Moncrief Bromage in April

  1. I will be away 4/14….when is the following gathering of poets in Guilford? Please advise.
    Also I’d like to apply for membership? What to do?

    1. Hello, Edna. I’ll connect you with Julie Harris, GPG President, about membership. The next gathering of the poets in Guilford with be May 12th and we will be welcoming poets from Guilford High School that evening, but I believe there is also an open mic at 6:30. A post about that will be up within the month. Cheers, Julie Fitzpatrick from GPG

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