Join us for an afternoon of poetry and music, presented by authors Emily Vogel and Joe Weil!
Enjoy live music from our authors and readings from Emily Vogel’s latest publication, Dante’s Unintended Flight and Joe Weil’s A Night in Duluth.
“Joe Weil is a poet, story teller, singer and multi- instrumentalist whose poems, essays, short stories and notable quotes have been published in the New York Times, the New Yorker, the Boston Review, Verse daily, and in hundreds of literary journals.. He has appeared as a poet on PBS with Bill Moyers, as well as at the Detroit Opera house and the New Jersey Performing Arts center He has been heard on radio for NPR as well as Pacifica. His awards include a 2001 and 2005 National foundation award for distinguished teaching in the arts, and a 2013 People’s poetry award from Partisan press. Joe Weil is the author of five full length collections of poetry, the latest of which is A Night in Duluth by New York Quarterly books. He has recorded songs with Vic Ruggerio, head of the Ska band the Slackers, and played with noted Jazz musicians, Perry Robinson and Sweet Sue Terry. He often performs with his wife, Emily Vogel, the major production being their two children Clare and Gabriel.”
“Emily Vogel’s poetry, reviews, essays, and translations have most recently been published in Omniverse, The Paterson Literary Review, Lips, City Lit Rag, Luna Luna, Maggy, Lyre Lyre, The Comstock Review, The Broome Review, Tiferet, The San Pedro River Review, 2 Bridges Review, and PEN, among several others. She is the author of five chapbooks, and a full-length collection, The Philosopher’s Wife, published in 2011 by Chester River Press, a collaborative book of poetry, West of Home, with her husband Joe Weil (Blast Press), First Words (NYQ Books), and recently, Dante’s Unintended Flight (NYQ Books). She has work forthcoming in The Boston Review, Fiolet & Wing: An Anthology of Domestic Fabulism, and The North American Review. She performs music with her husband, Joe Weil, and has sung and performed in the past in New York City, Boston, Oneonta, and in her hometown of Norwich. She teaches writing at SUNY Oneonta and Hartwick College, and spends much of her time otherwise caring for her two children, Clare and Gabriel.”