Saturday, October 16, 2010

Michael Wurster: The City Books Session, a film by Ruth E. Hendricks Simmons Hall Pittsburgh Center for the Arts.

Premier Screening Nov 15th, 2010 Pittsburgh Center for the Arts:

Michael Wurster: The City Books Session- a film by Ruth E. Hendricks Simmons Hall Pittsburgh Center for the Arts.

Doors open @7PM Screening @ 7:30(1 Hr Length) Light Refreshments

6300 5th Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15232-2922
(412) 361-0873

Michael Wurster was born in Moline, Illinois and is a founding member of the Pittsburgh Poetry Exchange (http://pghpoetryexchange.pghfree.net/). He taught Poetry at the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts for eighteen years and promotes local poets and the Pittsburgh poetry scene. He received the Schwalb Award in recognition of his dramatic contribution to the life and history of Pittsburgh’s literary scene by Pittsburgh Magazine in 1996. He is the author of several poetry books, the most recent The British Detective - Main Street Rag Publishing.

A one hour video portrait/interview was filmed and edited by Ruth Ella Hendricks and will be screened at the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts in Simmons Hall (basement) on Monday evening November 15th at 7:30 P.M. the doors open @ 7 PM and light refreshments will be served. Free and open to the public.
For more information contact Ruth E Hendricks rutheh(AT)gmail.com


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