Literature Program
 


Wednesday, September 9, 2009 at 7:30 p.m.

$5

Earth's Daughters presents

Dr. Marion Perry & Susan Dworski Nusbaum

Gray Hair Reading Series

Dr. Marion PerryDr. Marion Perry is the founder and publisher of Word Worth®—World Magazine of Ideas and the Arts™, a print and on-line magazine posted at www.WordWorth.com. Word Worth® has contributors and readers from all over the world and has won a number of international awards. Perry also publishes a regional magazine, Maryland 20878®, available at www.Maryland20878.com, which is an award winning magazine as well. The author of four books of poetry, Perry earned an MFA degree from the world renowned Iowa Writers Workshop. She has published in numerous magazines nationally and internationally, and is a recipient twice of the international Apex Grand Award.

Susan Dworski NusbaumSusan Dworski Nusbaum received her BA from Smith College and her law degree from the University at Buffalo Law School. She is a retired criminal prosecutor living in Buffalo. She has been a frequent participant in the Chautauqua Institution Writers’ Festival and poetry workshops. Her poems have won First Prizes in the Chautauqua Poetry Competition, the Buffalo Boom-days Poetry Competition, and the Hauser Poetry Competition of the Chautauqua Writers’ Center. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in The Connecticut Review, Nimrod International Journal, Chautauqua Literary Journal, Harpur Palate, Artvoice, and The Buffalo News.


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