Featuring Tony Gloeggler and Nia Mora
Guest host and curator: Francine Witte
Plus open mic
$3 suggested donation. Two drink min, alcoholic or non.
Tony Gloeggler is a life-long resident of New York City and has managed group homes for the mentally challenged for over 35 years. His work has appeared in Rattle, Raleigh Review, Chiron Review, New Ohio Review, Pittsburgh Poetry Review, Mudfish and Poet Lore. His full-length books include One Wish Left (Pavement Saw Press 2002), The Last Lie (NYQ Books, 2010), and Until The Last Light Leaves (NYQ Books 2015). His next book, What Kind Of Man, will be published by NYQ Books.
Nia Mora is a Harlem-based poet and writer. She holds an MA in Creative Writing, but credits her 8th grade English teacher, David Ivesoli and high school creative writing teacher, Francine Witte, for turning her into a professional. she’s come undone is Nia’s debut poetry collection. In addition to birthing books, Nia is the mother of two girls and the wife of one husband.