Our Next Event

Sunday, August 4
2:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Poetry Made Visible: Boston Sites for Poetry Lovers, Art Lovers & Lovers 
Ken Bresler

Ken Bresler, the author of Poetry Made Visible, will describe the origins of his book and discuss what makes his book unique: the first in-depth descriptions of “Massachusetts Artifact,” a floor-to-ceiling bronze sculpture screen in a prominent state office building; the poems sandblasted into the brick platforms of the Davis Square Station on the Red Line; and  the literary installations along the Southwest Corridor Park, a park that most Boston area residents don’t know about and whose carved poems are even lesser known.  He will appear with accomplished poets whose poems appear in the book and who will read their work: Deborah Leipziger, whose poem about the reading room of the Boston Public Library appears in the book’s chapter about the BPL; and Anna Warrock and Peter Payack, whose poems appear in the book – and in the Davis Square Station.

Please join us for an afternoon of poetry & conversation on Sunday, August 4, between 2:00 and 4:00 PM


Our New Location

We are at 241 Needham Street, Newton Upper Falls.

From 128/I-95:  Take Exit 19 B and follow the road you exit on to for approximately a half mile.  We are on the left hand side in Marshalls Plaza.  In addition to Marshalls we share the parking lot with CVS and Newton Warehouse Wines & Spirits. We are right between them.