Celebrate the summer in song and verse in MHHM’s historic gardens!
September 24: Poets in the Garden
Now in its fifteenth year, Poets in the Garden is delighted to welcome celebrated poets Robert Carnevale and Elizabeth (Mimi) Danson.
Robert Carnevale’s poems have been published in The Paris Review, The New Yorker, The Alaska Quarterly and other magazines and anthologies. His co-translations (with Carol Ueland) of poems by Aleksandr Kushner have been published in The Kenyon Review, Agni, World Literature Today, and Poetry Daily. For six years, he was Assistant Coordinator of the Dodge Poetry Program and he now teaches writing and literature at Drew University and Kean University.
Born in India, Elizabeth (Mimi) Danson spent her early years in China and pursued her education in England. Her poetry has appeared in U.S. 1 Worksheets, The New Review, Fourth Genre, Anon One, among other publications. A Princeton-based poet, she will read selections from her most recent work, The Luxury of Obstacles, published by the Ragged Sky Press.
Programs are rain or shine. In the case of inclement weather or overbearing heat, programs will be held in the Schoolroom Gallery.
$10 for adults, FREE for members.