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About tomgannonart

Poet and painter.

The Writer’s Center Reading

The summer has sped by, and I find myself playing catch-up with this post about my joint poetry reading with Carol Jennings on July 10 at the Writer’s Center in Bethesda.  The reading went well, although on a smaller scale … Continue reading

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The Politics and Prose Reading

The May 22 reading with Carol Jennings at the Politics and Prose bookstore in Washington, D.C., was a great success.  We had a standing-room-only crowd of approximately 100 that included family members, personal friends, and friends of poetry generally.  Carol … Continue reading

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Some Notes on Readings

Since my last post, I have had three public readings from Food for a Journey.  At the first, on January 31, at a reception for community volunteers, thirty-odd neighbors listened attentively to “Bargain Hunters.”  Afterwards, some of those listeners were kind … Continue reading

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Winter’s Arrival

I regret to report that this coming Sunday’s poetry reading at the Bannockburn community center has been cancelled.  With the entire Washington, D.C., metropolitan area hunkering down in anticipation of a mega-snowstorm arriving later today, the sponsors of the event … Continue reading

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A Progress Report

With lots of expert help from Maureen Ward — see the Welcome! page — and several bouts of what seemed like hand-to-hand combat with the intricacies of WordPress, I have succeeded in incorporating into the website the content that I … Continue reading

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A generous review

My cousin Tom Krause is a retired television producer in Australia.  In retirement he has been posting on a blog that addresses literature, politics, and related matters.  I sent him a copy of Food for a Journey, and he responded with a … Continue reading

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