Ekphrastic Poetry with
Eileen M. D'Angelo, Director of Mad Poets Society and Editor of Mad Poets Review, has coordinated over 1500 special events in the tri-state area and was the subject of a Tribute by Philadelphia's Moonstone Arts Center. She has twice been nominated for both a PA Governor's Award in the Arts and the Pushcart Prize, and published in Rattle, Manhattan Poetry Review, Paterson Literary Review, Drexel Online Journal, Wild River Review, Philadelphia Stories, Philadelphia Poets and others. She conducted workshops and performed original songs and poetry on WXPN's World Cafe Live, at the Painted Bride Art
Camelia Nocella is the author of a poetic autobiography, "it has been a long time since," has been a featured reader at art, cafe, library, Manayunk Art Center, Painted Bride, Fergie's Pub, Haverford Library, Hedgerow Theater, and the Philadelphia Fringe Festival as well as, giving poetry presentations at college and elementary schools. Camelia has served as a board member of the Philadelphia Writers Conference and the Mad Poets. For ten years, she was the Associate Editor of the Mad Poets Review and presently used her editorial skills on Emiliano Martin's "Spain's Footprints in Philadelphia". Camelia's works have been published in The Mad Poets Review, The Schuylkill Valley Journal, The Tribune, Pegasus, and currently in an anthology, "Art Through the Eyes of Mad Poets".
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Philly Loves Poetry Interview and Readings Series on PhillyCAM
There are over 50 organizations that promote poetry in the Philadelphia area. They represent every poetry form, ethnic background, age, gender, and community. This series consists of a panel of guest poets and artists discussing the opportunities which their group or organization provides for poets in Philly as well as the themes that influence them. The program is broadcast live on the first Tuesday of each month. The program is free and open to everyone.
Moonstone Arts Center Office
110A S. 13th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107,