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Series continues with poetry readings

8:59 PM, May 1, 2013  |  Comments
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The Original Voice series event was canceled April 10 because of the weather, so Bob Nordstrom, who was scheduled to read that evening, will now join Julie Eger for a double feature at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Coloma Hotel, 132 Main St., Coloma.

Nordstrom lives with his wife of 36 years in Mukwonago and has been editor of various scholarly journals and trade magazines for more than 30 years. He stays busy with poetry, freelance writing and school bus driving. He is a member of the Wisconsin Fellowship of Poets and has published fiction and poetry in various literary publications.

Eger, founder of The Original Voice series and a lifelong resident of Waushara County, also will present her own poems. When she's not massaging knots out of muscles at her home business she finds poems along the roadside, in old barns, open fields, under rocks, in the words of grandmothers and in the eyes of old men. Her work has appeared in many publications and she is a three-time winner of the WRWA Jade Ring writing contest and most recently a runner-up in the Jack W. London Novel Approach literary contest.

Admission is free. An open mic will follow. For more information, call Barb Cranford at 608-564-7701 or Julie Eger at 920-787-7663.

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