Saved by a Poem Book Reading

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Saved by a Poem Book Reading

Time: September 16, 2010 from 7pm to 9pm
Location: Bloomsbury Books
Street: 290 E. Main Street
City/Town: Ashland
Phone: 541-488-0029
Event Type: poetry, reading
Organized By: Cathy DeForest
Latest Activity: Aug 23, 2010

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Can someone really be saved by a poem? Kim Rosen's answer is a resounding "Yes!" Poetry, our most ancient form of prayer, is especially needed in these times of global and personal uncertainty. In fact, poetry's popularity seems to be soaring in direct relationship to the growing instability of the world around us. Kim Rosen will be giving a reading from her new book, "Saved by a Poem: The Transformative Power of Words". The reading will be interwoven with inspirational poetry from around the world.

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