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“Love, in Sickness and in Health” — A Reading by Margaret Gibson CANCELED

This reading was canceled due to snow storm.


Please join us on Thursday, February 9th, for a a reading by and conversation with  poet Margaret Gibson.

Please note we have moved to the Universalist Church of West Hartford (433 Fern Street, West Hartford). Doors open at 6:30 for light refreshments and conversation. Poetry begins at 7 PM. Open mic precedes the featured poets; open mic poems on the subject of love and its challenges are encouraged but not required. Come and read anything! Free of charge! Donations gratefully accepted.

About the Poet:

Margaret Gibson is an award winning poet and author of 11 books of poetry. Her most recent, Broken Cup, is a finalist for the 2016 Poets’ Prize. About Broken Cup, Stephen Dunn has written, “Among its many virtues, Broken Cup is a great love story, and I’m using the word ‘great’ both carefully and precisely. . ..”

Jane Hirschfield writes: Margaret Gibson brings a master poet’s breathtaking eloquence to the witnessed, lived through, resilient intertwining of full presence and love in these pages describing the shared journey of her poet-husband’s Alzheimer’s.

Margaret Gibson has taught in many colleges and universities, at the undergraduate and graduate levels, most recently as Professor in Residence at the University of Connecticut from 1993-2006.