Amy Dryansky & Mary Koncel
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 else.
Mary A. Koncel has published two books of prose poetry – Closer to Day (Quale Press) and You Can Tell the Horse Anything (Tupelo Press). A third volume of prose poems, The Last Blonde, is forthcoming from Hedgerow Press this fall. Mary was a recipient of a poetry fellowship from the Massachusetts Cultural Council and a finalist for the Poetry Society of America’s Norma Farber First Book Award. Her poems have appeared in The Massachusetts Review, Barrow Street, and The Prose Poem: An International Journal, and other magazines and anthologies. #After teaching writing for many years at Smith College, Mary changed careers and in now working in animal welfare. She is the new program specialist with the American Wild Horse Campaign. Mary lives in Worthington, MA.