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  • Barnes and Noble 2498 South Oneida Street Ashwaubenon, WI, 54304 United States (map)

A Poetry Reading Featuring
Kathryn Gahl & Annette Grunseth


Thursday, April 14th
5:30-6:30pm
Barnes & Noble Cafe, Green Bay

APRIL IS NATIONAL POETRY MONTH

KATHRYN GAHL is mad about ballroom dance, the color red and compassion.  Gahl’s fiction, poetry and nonfiction appear in many journals.  A writer, registered nurse and deep sleeper, Gahl is also a seasoned mother and grandmother. Her website is kathryngahl.com.

 ANNETTE GRUNSETH shares a parent’s perspective on an adult child’s path to transgender. She is a Green Bay poet, publishing inMidwest Prairie Review, Peninsula Pulse, Free Verse, Blue Heron and others. She has been a member of     Wisconsin Fellowship of Poets since 1988.

Earlier Event: March 31
Poetry Reading
Later Event: April 28
Poetry Reading

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