Amy Dryansky & Mary Koncel LEE LIBRARY 100 Main St, Lee, MA 01238 TUESDAY, May 23rd @ 5:30pm I'm reading with my good friend, Mary Koncel. You already know about me, so I'll tell you about Mary. She's the blonde. Her poems are funny and serious at the same time and she doesn't sound like anyone … Continue reading Pokey & The Last Blonde
Friday, April 14, 6-8pm Ode Boutique 263 Main St., Northampton, MA I'll be reading with the fabulous Dora Malech & Debora Kuan at a special Arts Night Out event in Northampton Come enjoy snacks, wine, poetry and hanging out, because it's Spring! I hear there may be some kind of interactive poetry activity... This is … Continue reading A Night of Poetry at Ode
It's National Poetry month. You know what that means-- more readings than you could ever possibly attend. Here are mine. I forgive you for not showing up. But I wouldn't hate it if you came. Tuesday, April 11, 8pm Open Mic + Pokey Mama (that's me) The Deuce (WWII Club) 50 Conz St., Northampton, MA … Continue reading April Readings Bring…More April Readings
Guess what? As of April 1, Pokey will be the new poet laureate of Northampton, MA. Or as I like to call it, the PoLo of Noho. Sweet! That's why I'm smiling so hard. Here's a great article about it that Trish Crapo wrote for my local paper. You can also read about it at … Continue reading PM is PL
Hi All, I'm reading at the Blacksmith House in Cambridge, MA Monday, Dec 12, with Paul Breslin, at 8pm. (I’m up first.) Happy to be reading in this great series--hope to see you there!
Hey Beautiful People, Today is the first day of 30 Poems in November, the fundraiser for the Center for New Americans, an organization that welcomes and serves new immigrants and refugees in Western MA. I pledged to write a poem a day for 30 days that somehow relates to the body. People have given me … Continue reading Pokey Does Poetry: 30 Poems in November, Day 1
Hey Friends, I signed up for the 30 Poems in November project that raises funds for the Center for New Americans, an excellent organization that welcomes and serves new immigrants and refugees in western MA. Now, more than ever, we need to support these folks in our communities. In honor of the conversation that’s been … Continue reading 30 Poems in November: A Body of Work