Friends of Beattie-Powers welcomes noted poets Charles Stein and Mitch Highfill, who will read their own works in the first of this season’s programs presented in collaboration with Blue Mountain Readings.
Charles Stein’s work comprises a complexly integrated field of poems, prose reflections, translations, drawings, photographs, lectures, conversations, and performances. Born 1944 in New York City. Most recent books: Black Light Casts White Shadows (Lunar Chandelier), Twelve Drawings (Station Hill), Views from Tornado Island(Lunar Chandelier). charlessteinpoet.com
Mitch Highfill moved to New York in 1980, where he coordinated readings at 10 Leonard St., the Ear Inn and the Poetry Project. He is the author of Liquid Affairs (United Artists, 1994), Turn (Situations, 1997), 14alba (Situations, 2016), and Five (Lunar Chandelier, 2019), among others. His work has appeared in Heights of the Marvelous (St. Martins Press, 2000), Readings in Contemporary Poetry, 2010 – 2016 (DIA/Yale, 2017) and FLARF: AN ANTHOLOGY OF FLARF (Edge Books, 2017). He currently lives in Brooklyn.
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