February 14, 2019 - 5:30-6:30 PM
Celebrate Valentine's Day by joining us for an evening of poetry on all aspects of love from platonic to idyllic, from romantic to dysfunctional. Bring your significant other, or come stag. If you've ever been in love, or have ever been loved, this event is for you. If not, come anyway.
This event features poets: Jennifer Martelli, Gloria Monaghan, Julia Salinger, Heather Treseler, Cindy Veach.
Wellfleet Public Library, 55 W Main St, Wellfleet, MA
New England Poetry Club Members with New Books Reading: Mary Buchinger, Diana Cole, Nellie Goodwin, Cindy Veach
February 10, 2019 - 2:00-4:00 PM (free and open to the public)
Harvard's Yenching Library Common Room
2 Divinity Ave.
February 6, 2019 - 7:30-9:00 PM
Gloucester Writer's Center features:
Jennifer Martelli, author of "My Tarantella" and "The Uncanny Valley"
Cindy Veach, author of "Gloved Against Blood"
126 East Main Street
Join New England Poetry Club Poets Ben Berman, Robbie Gamble and Cindy Veach for a reading at the Old Manse
February 1, 2019 - 7:00-8:00 PM
The Old Manse
269 Monument Street,
Poetry Reading with Kate Hanson, Matt Miller and Cindy Veach
January 26, 2019 4:30-5:30
Dracut Arts, Christ Church United, 10 Arlington Street, Dracut, MA
Annual New England Poetry Club contest award reading. I will be reading my poem, "Witch Kitsch", co-winner of the 2018 Samuel Washington Allen Prize. I hope to see you there!
Sunday, October 14, 2018
Harvard's Yenching Library, Common Room
2 Divinity Avenue
Poets Matt Miller and Cindy Veach read at Water Street Bookstore
Thursday, July 19, 2018 - 7:00pm
Water Street Bookstore
125 Water Street
Exeter, NH 03833
April 7 5:30-7, Perugia Press Presents Reading at Eileen Fisher, 24 Pleasant Street Northampton, MA. With poets Sarah Sousa, Ida Stewart and Cindy Veach.
The Elliott Bay Book Company
1521 10th Ave, Seattle, WA
Susan Rich is the author of four collections of poetry, The Cartographer’s Tongue / Poems of the World, Cures Include Travel, The Alchemist’s Kitchen, and Cloud Pharmacy. She has received awards from PEN USA, The Times Literary Supplement, and Peace Corps Writers. Her fellowships include an Artists Trust Fellowship from Washington State and a Fulbright Fellowship in South Africa.
I'll be reading from my debut poetry collection, Gloved Against Blood, as part of the The Cellar reading series curated by Clay Ventre and Linda Spolidoro. Please join us! Thursday, January 10 at 7PM. Open mic before the feature. Beverly Depot, 10 Park Street. Beverly, MA.
Join Barnes & Noble (Peabody, MA) for a day of amazing poetry, creativity and fun with MA Poetry Bookfair Event! This special day is dedicated to poetry in all of its forms.
Join us in the morning for a special Children's Poetry Reading at 11:30, at 1 pm for a Poetry Workshop, share your talents with us at 5:30 during Open Mike!, and at 7 pm for a special Poets Panel featuring local poets Kevin Carey, January Gill O'Neill and Cindy Veach. Local poets will also be featured and reading throughout the day.
A portion of your sales can go to benefit MA Poetry, and help with outreach programs and events. Please ask any bookseller for details.
Cindy Veach reads as part of the Readers and Writers Guild Poetry Series
November 17, 2017 7:30 PM
149 Asbury Street, Hamilton MA
Writing with the Past: Cindy Veach and Rachel Hall read from their work.
November 16, 2017 at 7:30 PM
Salem State University
Martin Luther King, Jr. Room
Ellison Campus Center
November 12, 2017 3PM
Salem Athenaeum, 337 Essex Street, Salem, MA 01970
Please join me at the Salem Athenaeum to celebrate the publication of my debut poetry collection Gloved Against Blood (CavanKerry Press). There will be a reading, refreshments, book signing, and abundant quantities of joy!
Cindy Veach and Vincent Guerra will read from their new books at Porter Square Books.
Wednesday, November 8, 2017 at 7PM
25 Winter Street, Cambridge, MA
An evening of poetry and music with Melanie Braverman, Maggie Cleveland, Jennifer Colella Martelli and Cindy Veach. Music By Dana McCoy. Saturday, October 28, 2017 at 6PM. Snowy Owl Coffee Shop. 2624 Main Street (Route 6A). Brewster, MA.
The Line: Have We Crossed It? Lowell Building, Room 201
Panelists: Jennifer Jean, Jennifer Martelli, Kevin McLellan, J.D. Scrimgeour, Cindy Veach
We write in exciting times! With the rise of “hybrid” forms—prose poem, listicle, flash—what is the function of the line? If a line of free-verse poetry is “arbitrary,” what does this say about poetry? Is the line more for visual or aural effect? What about white space as a communicative pause? Is the poetic line expelled breath? Can the line be a physical movement? Can it be sexy? Panelists will address these questions, and more, by examining their own techniques and craftsmanship, as well as their favorite poems. This panel will end with a generous Q&A.
From the Mothership:
Mom Egg Review 15th Anniversary ReadingLowell Building, Room 101
Panelists: Jennifer Jean, Jennifer Martelli, January Gill O’Neil, Kyle Potvin, Marjorie Tesser, Cindy Veach
“From the Mothership” is a poetry reading celebrating fifteen years of Mom Egg Review, a literary journal focused on motherhood. MER writers employ varied perspectives, voices, and creative strategies to write about mothering—pregnancy, the body, nurture—and its interplay with other roles: woman, worker, artist, member of families, cultures and communities.The readers, MER contributing poets and editors, will read works that explore diverse experiences of motherhood.
I will be reading as part of the launch of the "At Sea" Issue of WSQ. "At Sea" examines the gendered dimensions of the contemporary global migrant crisis, martime violence, and environmental destruction. For a preview of the issue visit: http://www.feministpress.org/forthcoming-contents/
Thursday, May 11, 2017, 6:00–8:00 p.m
The New School
Room 104 | The Orientation Room
2 West 13th St., New York, NY 10011
RSVP on Facebook or https://www.eventbrite.com/e/wsq-at-sea-issue-launch-tickets-33647433379
It's Not About You - Writing the Persona Poem Workshop. Dawn Paul and Cindy Veach. Massachusetts Poetry Festival (day/time TBD)
Sometimes a poem calls for a different voice—one that’s not your own. Writing using a persona can free you to write about difficult subjects or experiences. It can help a poet avoid sentimentality or self-indulgence. It allows more control over the distance between poet and audience, and can give an audience room to breathe. A persona releases you from the constraints of time and space—you can speak as a Civil War nurse, a Neanderthal, or Queen Nefertiti. You can be a space alien or your goldfish. A persona can give you a more immediate kind of authority with being preachy. Or it can just be fun. But how does a poet create an authentic voice, one true in tone, diction and knowledge? In this workshop we will examine personae and how poets successfully create them. We will look at the work of a small, but diverse group of poets. Then we will put on the mask, and write a persona poem of our own. For whom will you speak? How will you answer the call of your poem?
J. D. Scrimgeour and Cindy Veach
March 20, 2017 7-8 pm
Peabody Institute Library
82 Main Street, Peabody. MA