Proudly presents its 3RD SPOKEN WORD
An evening with Poets… Musicians and Song Writers….
Tuesday, August 2nd 2016
At 7:30 pm
Performing that evening:
Steve Delia, poet
Janet Sadler, poet
Mike Cohen, poet
Bob Moore Sr, musician
Bob Moore Jr. musician, songwriter and poet
Emiliano Martín, poet and M/C of the program
BIOS FOR ALL PERFORMERS THAT EVENING….
Has been crumpling balls of paper for over thirty years. The one he keeps he calls poetry. He has authored five chapbooks and he is completing a new one under the title “The Alphabet Letters,” soon to be released.
Recently he won the first prize in the Philadelphia WritersConference. As a poet he is well read through out the Philadelphia area. E-mail: email@example.com
Bob Moore, Sr.
is a trained classical pianist with a lifelong love of poetry as his favorite arts form. He has sung with the Notre Dame Glee Club, played piano with community orchestras, accompanied singers and musicians in several recitals as well as having been the Rose Valley Voices accompanist for ~ 35 years.
– Note: After moving to a senior living community, Mr. Moore initiated a Poetry Corner that began in April of 2015, National Poetry Month, with Bob Moore, Jr., as the guest poet. Meetings take place the last Wed. of each month. The Poetry Club is open to all residents and friends, who are encouraged to bring their favorite poetry books and read poems for group enjoyment and discussion. A Poetry Book Section has started in their own Library.
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Bob Moore Jr.,
Bob Moore has been writing poetry and songs since the early 1990’s. He released a collection of songs in 1991 entitled, “On a Mission”. Following a retreat and having the chance to read some Emerson and other New England poets, he began spending his time delving into poetry, and self-published a collection of poems in 1997 entitled, “A Bridge with a View”. In 2009, he released a second collection of poems entitled “Unexpected Colors”, published by Beech River Books. In 2013, Moore released a collection of instrumentals for solo guitar also entitled “A Bridge with a View”. Moore is host of The First Friday Coffeehouse held monthly every first Friday of the month at the First Unitarian Universalist Society of Exeter in Exeter, NH. By day, he works as a science teacher at Pelham High School in Pelham, NH. E-mail :email@example.com
Janet Noel Sadler
is a native of Havertown, Pennsylvania. She has published two full volumes of poetry with her own illustrations:Headwinds and Full Sail, and has been published in many small literary magazines. Once member of the Mad Poets Society in Media PA, and also the Overbrook Poets in Philadelphia, she reads her poetry at local venues. She was a former poetry director at Tyme Gallery in Havertown, PA and at Baldwin’s Book Barn in West Chester, PA.
Sculpting, oil painting, and composing music are also her passions. She has a publishing company called, FairfieldLimited that makes chapbooks for local poets. There are two CD’s to her credit: Outside of Time and Tone Poems, Et Cetera—original songs recorded by a variety of studio musicians, as well as herself. She has authored twenty-five flash fiction novels, twenty titles of which have been published through Xlibris and can be found at these websites:jnsadlerbooks.com, Amazon.com, Xlibris.com, and Barnes &Noble.com. She is hoping to sell one of her screen plays in the near future. Her most recent exhibit of original oil paintings was in March at the Regency Café, where she read her poetry, some ekphrastic verses, and offered a variety of her novels for sale.
hosts Poetry Aloud and Alive at Philadelphia’s Big Blue Marble Book Store. His articles on sculpture appear in the Schuylkill Valley Journal in which he is a contributing editor. His wry writing has appeared in the Mad Poets Review, Apiary Magazine, Fox Chase Review, and other journals. Mike has performed in cafes, libraries, book stores and venues from Princeton’s Café Improv to Harlem’s Apollo Theater to Philadelphia’s Laurel Hill Cemetery.
A poet at heart who enjoys breathing rhyming thoughts in two languages has written thousands of poems and presented his verse in public as well as in print.
The audience loves the drama of his verse along with his interpretation. Often for nothing… sometimes to show off but always to satisfy his ego… the legend goes on.