Reading Public Library (RPL), Reading, MA—Poetry returns to the Reading Public Library on September 26 at 7:00pm. We’re thrilled to host Moira Linehan, who will share poems from her recently published collections & Company and Towards.
Moira Linehan has published four books of poetry and her work
has appeared in numerous publications, including AGNI, The Georgia Review, Image, Nimrod, Notre Dame Review, Poet Lore, Poetry, Poetry East, and Prairie Schooner.
Two of her books have been named Honor Books in Poetry in the Massachusetts Book Awards. In her poems, Linehan writes about the landscape of her home region and Ireland, grief, and an exploration of her mother’s world and life.
Copies of Linehan’s books may be place on hold at the library, or purchased at Whitelam Books. Seating for the reading is limited, register today via the library’s event calendar, readingpl.org/events, or by phone.
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