Friends member Dan Fitzgerald invited her and will introduce her.
Critic Jendi Reiter has commented that reading Nancy Denig’s poetry is “like uncovering a treasure trove of snapshots boxed in the attic – fleeting images that make us conscious of the great arc of time, and of ourselves as small but precious points on that wheel.”
Nancy Watkins Denig is a Massachusetts native who returned to Western Massachusetts in 1992, after intervening years in Chicago, Germany, and metropolitan DC.
She began writing poetry in midlife, inspired by her life-long love of the arts, her career as a landscape architect and, not least, by depths of her experience as family, lover, friend and fellow-traveler.
At the Library March 9, she will read a selection of recent poems, as well as excerpts from her published collections - Distaff Diaries, A Memoir in Verse and Suites.
Join us! We'll be in the Library meeting room.
(Enter the City Hall via the entrance at the back parking lot; come up the elevator to the 2nd floor. The meeting room is accessible from a hallway that runs from the Library's lobby to the Children's area,)