Racine, WI poets represented at last year’s Poetry Marathon
The 21st annual Poetry Marathon Benefit Reading for Milwaukee’s Woodland Pattern Book Center is this Saturday, January 31, 2015. If you are not familiar with Woodland Pattern Book Center, here is an introduction to this non-profit organization from their website:
Woodland Pattern’s… specializes in literature from small and independent presses and is well-stocked with over 25,000 titles.
The poetry section is among the best in the world, and has a comprehensive blend of classics and contemporary works, translations, and poets from all schools. Several ethnic sections include… poetry from African American/Black, Hispanic, Asian, Middle Eastern, and Native American writers. Nearly half… of our space is devoted to poetry, a commitment that few organizations can claim to match. (continue reading)
Woodland Pattern’s mission is:
…dedicated to the discovery, cultivation and presentation of contemporary literature and the arts.
Our goals are to promote a lifetime practice of reading and writing, to provide a forum and resource center for writers/artists in our region, and to increase and diversify the audience for contemporary literature through innovative approaches to multi-arts programming. (continue reading)
I will be reading during the marathon and would really appreciate your support. Please consider supporting me with a pledge. It is really easy and only takes three steps. Go to the website (here),
- under “Pledge a Reader online!” select a donation amount,
- add “Reader’s Name” (that’s me, Matthew Mulder) and
- click the “Pay Now” button.
And thank you on behalf of the Woodland Pattern Book Center!