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Poetry Reading May 21

May 15, 2009

Deborah Ager, Danika Paige, Myers and Marisa Plumb read at Cheryl's Gone reading series

Deborah Ager, Danika Paige Myers and Marisa Plumb read at Cheryl's Gone reading series

Deborah Ager, here. I’m giving a poetry reading on May 21 at the Cheryl’s Gone reading series. I hope you can come out for it!

I’m reading from my book, Midnight Voices, and you can read more about that at

Big Bear Cafe
1st & R Streets, NW
Washington, DC

May 21, 2009

8 p.m.


Last Friday, a certain poet organized a reading in her home to celebrate two new books of poetry. One book was mine. The other belonged to Dan Albergotti and is entitled The Boatloads.

The living room/dining room only fit so many people, and attendees were mellow about having to stand or sit on the floor. Perhaps they were mellow because those standing had the best view of the Washington Monument. How can anyone complain when there are twinkly lights to be seen?

Thank you, Dan Albergotti. Thank you, kind poetry hostess. Thank you, attendees.

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32 Poems is Here

April 18, 2008

We’ll begin mailing them out this weekend.


7 Things About Deborah

March 20, 2008

Gosh, that title sounds so narcissistic. However, Reality Writes tagged me to write 7 things about myself, so here I go: I hosted a radio show called “8 Pairs of Don Alphonso’s Tweezers.” With PositiveForce, I used to organize rock concerts to raise money for causes such as victims of the El Salvadoran bank collapse […]


I’ve been tagged by Bernie Geyer to write my six word memoir. Bernie wrote a sentence, which surprised me. When I first saw the title of her blog post, I figured the rules included using a list. I prefer to write a list, so here goes: 1. red 2. compassion 3. curious 4. Chinese maple […]