Dianne Borsenik, me and Megan Collins circa 12:30 p.m. at Snoetry on 16 January 2009
photo by Mark Hersman with my camera

Alas, the Last Wordsmith Book Shoppe, (that fantastic store in historic North East – near Erie – Pennsylvania, where Lix and Kix held Snoetry: A Winter Wordfest this past weekend) is going out of business.  Starting today, almost everything in the place is being sold for 75% off.  Methinks now’s a great time return to the scene of the rhyme (pardon the bad pun), make a pilgrimage of sorts while you still can, say thank you to Megan, and pick up some marvelous last-minute deals on the Last Wordsmith’s delightfully eclectic assortment of books, glorious books.

17 East Main Street
North East, Pennsylvania 16428
Phone: 814-725-9141

Since my last blog post, sundry reviews, accounts, photos and more from and about Snoetry have appeared online – and here are a bunch of links to some of the most interesting, all in one place, for your convenience and delectation:

Cleveland Poets Represent OH at PA Festival by T.M. Göttl

Snoetry Poetry Goetry by Steven B. Smith

Reading at SNOETRY: A Winter Wordfest 2010 by Nabina Das

Poems from Snowetry by Michael Grover

The rest of these links might require you to sign into Facebook (or befriend the poster there) to view them:

Snoetry photos by Dianne Borsenik

Snoetry Sizzles – photos by Nabina Das

Snoetry photos by Aleathia Drehmer

Snoetry photos, part 1 by John Burroughs

Snoetry photos, part 2 by John Burroughs

Snoetry photos by Michael Grover

Snoetry photos by Wendy Shaffer

If you know of any others, please let me know, or provide links in the comments below.

Peace, love and poetry,

Me reading “Keyed Up” circa 10 p.m. at Snoetry on 16 January 2009
photo by Dianne Borsenik with my camera