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POETS Froude Denrow Morse

Richard Froude

Jennifer Denrow

Jesse Morse


Monday, May 23rd, 7:00 pm

Three poets, passing through — two out of Denver, one headed that way…

Richard Froude — born in London, raised in Bristol — lives now in Denver. He is the author of The History of Zero, The Margaret Thatcher Trilogy, and FABRIC, brand new from Horse Less Press.

Jennifer Denrow, as it happens, is editor for Horse Less Press and is pursuing a Ph.D. at the University of Denver. She is the author of A Knee for a Life, From California On, and most recently, California, published by Four Way Books.

Jesse Morse lives and writes in Portland, OR, where he curates the Smorg Reading Series.  Contemplating an imminent move, Denver is his destination.

We suspect it’s no coincidence that the three poets are converging here at Bird & Beckett.

Come glimpse the passing parade…

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~~ Poetry as philosophy to plumb the deeper truths of these times ~~

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