Newport Review Event: “Writes of Spring”

Kathryn Kulpa, editor of The Newport Review, forwarded this invitation to a public reading and photography show:

Newport Review is celebrating spring with an afternoon of art and writing at Second Stage Studio in Cumberland, RI. Join us from 2-5 p.m. on Sunday, May 3 in a beautiful, historic gallery setting to view photography from Newport Review’s featured photographers and hear Newport Review authors perform their works live.

Matted prints will be on sale at the gallery, and there will be delicious refreshments and a chance for local authors and artists to learn about publishing opportunities in Newport Review.

Featured photographers are Eugenia Hepworth Petty, Christopher Woods and Melanie Faith. A complete list of writers will be announced as details are finalized.

Don’t forget to mark your calendars for this exciting event!


3 thoughts on “Newport Review Event: “Writes of Spring”

  1. Thanks for posting, Kiersten.

    You can see previews of some of the photos at The Newport Review’s website.

    We also will feature local authors. The reading list isn’t final, but we have tentative commitments from RI’s Bob Thurber, winner of last year’s flash fiction contest; Boston-area novelist Lisa Borders; RI poets Audrey Friedman and Chris Waters, and others.

    1. Sounds good — and for those who are really-long-readings-phobic (I’m one of them), I promise the reading will comprise a short portion of the overall party, allowing for tons of time for eating, drinking, chatting and goofing off, not to mention wandering around looking at the photography.

      Also, for those who want to RSVP through Facebook, there is a Facebook event page for “Writes of Spring” here.

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