wheels up masked up headphones donned, listening to Take Me Home by Phil Collins gazing at white clouds scattered beneath a sky a lovely blue. is the storm over or is it just the eye of the hurricane? It doesn’t matter I enjoy the moment
great weather for MEDIA Presents: Matthew Hupert & Karen Neuberg
Please note there has been a change in the features for the October 10 great weather for MEDIA’s Spoken Word Sundays event. Stephanie Laterza will appear at a Future Spoken Word Sundays event.
LIVE AT THE PARKSIDE LOUNGE OCTOBER 10th!!!
great weather for Media is bringing you another great poetry event with 2 amazing features:
Matthew Hupert, Writer, Poet, Multi-Media Artist— Manhattan, NY
Karen Neuberg, Poet — Brooklyn, NY
Sunday, October 10th 2021 – 4pm-6pm EDT
WE WILL BE LIVE AT THE PARKSIDE LOUNGE
COVID 19 VACCINATED ONLY
YOU MUST PRESENT PROOF OF VACCINATION UPON ENTRY
Parkside Lounge 317 East Houston Street Lower East Side New York, New York
Admission: $3 Suggested Donation 2 Drink Minimum (Alcoholic or Non-Alcoholic)
Plus open mic. (3 minute time limit) See host for sign-up
Hosted by Jerry T Johnson, Poet
Matthew Hupert is a writer, a multi-media artist, and that rare bird, a New York City Native. He is a founder of the the NeuroNautic Institute & of NeuroNautic Press, with 2 full length collections, Ism is a Retrovirus and Secular Pantheism, as well as several chapbooks and anthology appearances, including Paper Teller Diorama, the latest from Great Weather for Media
Matthew hosts several poetry reading series, including the annual showcase for New York voices, Night in the Naked City, and the monthly series, NeuroNautic Institute Presents, with his partner Meghan Grupposo. He is a recipient of the 2020 New York Acker Award for Show Organizer and Host
When he’s not writing he can be found cooking for his family.
Karen Neuberg is the author of the full-length poetry collection, PURSUIT (Kelsay Press) and the chapbook the elephants are asking (Glass Lyre) She holds an MFA from the New School and is associate editor of the online poetry journal First Literary Review-East. She lives in Brooklyn,
The view outside my hotel window. The isle of Cyprus in the Kyrenia district. The year 2006. On a clear day you could see Turkey across the Mediterranean Sea. It was stormy on the Mediterranean this day, when I snapped this photo. So is the history of Cyprus. Stormy!