PRESS RELEASE- FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE- JULY 7, 2006

 

POET ANASTASIA CLARK TO APPEAR AT CARVER RANCHES LIBRARY

 

(West Park, FL) Poet ANASTASIA CLARK announces she will do a Poetry Reading at the Carver Ranches Library on Saturday, Sept 9, 2006 at 3:00pm. Attendees will receive a free poetry party bag- which includes a pen, bookmark and other goodies. The library is located at 4735 SW 18th St, West Park, FL 33023. Tel: 954-985-1945.

 

Clark is the author of several books published by Sun Rising Poetry Press. Full-length titles include Grieving With Poetry (2004)- poems written after the death of her parents, Bloodsongs (2004)- poetry about women’s issues, Skeletons and Other Complaints (2004)- poetry about life’s challenges, Vagabond Pond (Spring 2006)- poems about feeling lost, and Electric Petticoats (Fall 2006)- poetry celebrating the spicier side of life. Chapbooks include the POETRY PETALS collection- themed booklets designed for gift and floral baskets. Titles include Friendship Poems, Healing Poems, Holiday Poems, Humorous Poems, Inspirational Poems, Kaleidoscope Poems, Nostalgic Poems and Romantic Poems.

 

Clark (Moore) grew up in Framingham, MA, where she served as Poet-In-Residence to the Framingham Public Schools during 1977-78. Her work has appeared in numerous literary magazines and she also served two years as Poetry Editor and Poetry Columnist for Epiphany Magazine: a celebration in writing.

 

Elizabeth Lindley is the Branch Manager of the Carver Ranches Library. The branch opened in March 2006 and hosts a wide variety of clubs and events, including a Book Club, Computer Club, Crafts Club, Fashion Club, Movie Club, Music Club, Writing Club, Story Time- and English Café for those who want to practice English conversation.

Visit their website at www.broward.org/library for more information.

 

Full-length books by Anastasia Clark are available through most major retailers or may be borrowed through the Broward County Library System. Books will also be available for direct purchase during the event. Autograph requests are welcome.

 

Visit the author’s website at www.anastasiaclark.com or contact her at goldenrush59@aol.com to schedule an event. Visit Sun Rising Poetry Press at www.sun-rising-poetry.com.