In Place Podcast: Christopher Locke

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Please note this is NSFW and not appropriate for children. This fourth episode of the In Place Podcast gives you a glimpse inside the Second Sunday Reading Series hosted by Eastern Point Lit House in Gloucester, MA and features writer Christopher Locke. Last year we shared an excerpt from his collection Waiting for Grace and … Continue reading

In Place Podcast: Daniel Nester

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This third episode of the In Place Podcast returns us to Worcester, MA and inside the House of Paine Poetry Salon #4. The event is hosted by poets Victor Infante and Lea Deschenes in their living room. Today it’s feature Daniel Nester. Nester is is the author of How to Be Inappropriate, God Save My Queen … Continue reading

In Place Podcast: House of Paine Poetry Salon #4

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As promised, the In Place Podcast is growing. Our second episode takes us to Worcester, MA and inside the House of Paine Poetry Salon #4. The event is hosted by poets Victor Infante and Lea Deschenes in their living room. Today we feature the openers from the first half of the salon. Next week you’ll get … Continue reading

In Place LIVE: Essential Machine

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We are pleased to continue to bring you live performances from some of our favorite writers, artists, and musicians. Essential Machine performed a special house show in Gloucester, MA in early August. Essential Machine is RJ and Karen Dietrich. In 2009, the duo began making music together (they’d been harmonizing metaphorically since they married in … Continue reading

(Archive) In Place: Emily Cesta, Live at New England College

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This episode is part of our In Place LIVE series. We are pleased to be able to bring you live performances from some of our favorite writers. Cesta’s reading was part of the New England College MFA program’s 10th anniversary celebration on June 23, 2012. Emily Cesta holds a BA in Political Science from Providence … Continue reading

(Archive)In Place: Joe Gouveia, Live at New England College

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This episode is part of our new In Place LIVE series. We are pleased to be able to bring you live performances from some of our favorite writers. Gouveia’s reading was part of the New England College MFA program’s 10th anniversary celebration on June 23, 2012. Joe Gouveia is a poet, journalist & poetry radio … Continue reading

Three Questions with Claire Vaye Watkins

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In this new, semi-regular feature we offer three questions (and answers) from some of our In Place LIVE writers. These come from the Q&A session after Watkins’ reading at the New Hampshire Institute of Art. Check out Part I and Part II of her reading! Claire Vaye Watkins was born in Bishop, California in 1984. … Continue reading

(Archive) In Place Live: A Quiver for Lapsed Romantics

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A Quiver for Lapsed Romantics is a collection of twelve 200-word love stories by Rebecca Cox, paired with eleven postcard collages from Venice, California artist Ned Evans. Cox asked friends in and around Portsmouth, NH to help her celebrate the book with a reading at Nahcotta last October. Participating readers are: Sarah Lachance, “The Divorce … Continue reading

(Archive) In Place: Jacob Dale’s “Bio-Jazz”

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Jacob Dale’s In Place is part of our Chester College of New England series. When it was filmed, he was a creative writing student who often served as DJ for on-campus dance parties. He will graduate from the creative writing program at the New Hampshire Institute of Art on Sunday, May 19.

(Archive) In Place: Daniella Engel’s “Mannequin Behind Glass”

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This is another video from our Chester College of New England archive. When it was filmed Daniella Maria Fuentes Engel was a creative writing student who happened to like printmaking. She will graduate from the creative writing program at the New Hampshire Institute of Art later this month. Her original bio included this quote: Digo … Continue reading

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