PRESS RELEASE- FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE- MAY 20, 2006

 

(Ft. Lauderdale, FL) Poetry and Coffee! Join poet Anastasia Clark for a Poetry Reading and Book Signing Event at Archives Book Café, on Sunday June 17, 2006 from 7:00pm-9:00pm. The store is located at 1948 E. Sunrise Blvd, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33304. Tel: 954-764-8212. Stop by for a free pen and bookmark- and order a cup of fresh coffee or other refreshment sold by the store’s café.

 

Clark will be reading a variety of poems from her five full-length titles published by Sun Rising Poetry Press: Electric Petticoats (Fall 2006)- poems about the spicier side of life, Vagabond Pond (2006)-poems about feeling lost-or found, Skeletons and Other Complaints (2004)- poems about life's challenges, Bloodsongs (2004)-poetry for women, Grieving With Poetry (2004)-poems written after the death of her parents, and the Poetry Petals (2004) collection of nine chapbooks, including Friendship Poems, Healing Poems, Holiday Poems, Humorous Poems, Inspirational Poems, Kaleidoscope Poems, Nostalgic Poems, Romantic Poems and Patriotic Poems. Books will be available for purchase at special pricing for the event.

 

Clark (Moore) grew up in Framingham, MA, where she served as Poet-In-Residence to the Framingham Public Schools during 1977-78. She is a U. S. Marine Corps veteran and also holds a Master of Science degree in Administration. She currently resides in Miramar, Florida (Broward County). Her work has appeared in numerous literary magazines and her poem “Old Volcanoes,” was nominated for the Pushcart Prize. Clark served two years as Poetry Editor and Poetry Columnist for Epiphany Magazine: a celebration in writing.

 

The Archives Book Café was opened in December 2003 by owners Robert Jordan and Arthur Page. The cozy bookstore offers a large selection of used and rare books. The store also sells titles on-line and will help customers locate hard-to-find books. Visit their website at www.archivesbookcafe.com.

 

Please contact the author directly goldenrush59@aol.com to schedule an event.

 

Visit Sun Rising Poetry Press at www.sun-rising-poetry.com.

 

Visit the author’s website at www.anastasiaclark.com .