The South Brunswick poetry series will kick off its fall season on Sunday, Sept. 16, with Basil Rouskas and Hank Kalet.
Date/Time: Sunday, Sept. 16, at 2 p.m.
Location: South Brunswick Public Library, 110 Kingston Lane, Monmouth Junction
Open reading to follow featured poets.
Basil Rouskas has been writing poetry for over 30 years. His first poetry lines in the Greek language were protests against the military Junta who took over Greece and ruled it until the mid 70’s. He translated literature and theatre during his first years in the US and gradually his poetry became bilingual. He currently writes mainly in English. His first chapbook, Redrawing Borders, was published in 2010 by Finishing Line Press and drew favorable reviews in the Journal of Hellenic Diaspora in 2012. Basil’s poetry has been featured in many poetry venues, including the New York Times, Princeton Public Library Podcast, Helix Magazine, Shot Glass Journal, and TIFERET, A Journal of Spiritual Literature. http://www.nov-aspire.com
Hank Kalet is a freelance writer and political columnist whose poetry and prose has appeared in The Aquarian Weekly, The Progressive Populist, City Belt, The Journal of New Jersey Poets, Big Scream, Big Smile, The Writer’s Gallery and numerous other journals. His chapbook, Certainties and Uncertainties, was published in 2010 by Finishing Line Press. He teaches writing at Middlesex County College.