This coming Saturday evening I'll be reading poems at Papyri Books, as part of the monthly Word Play series run by Gail Burns and offered through the auspices of Inkberry. Each month, Inkberry presents one or more regional writers at Papyri; after a brief intermission, there's an open-mike which is open to all.
I was invited specifically to read Judaic work, since the reading is a kind of belated celebration of the autumn Jewish holiday season. I'm planning to read some from chaplainbook; I'll probably also read a few older poems, and a few very new poems. If you want a reminder of what my work is like, here are a few links: Into the earth (a Sukkot poem, quite seasonally-appropriate, published at The Middlewesterner a while back), Mystery (published at Qarrtsiluni a few months ago.)
If you're in the Berkshires, or able to come to the Berkshires on Saturday evening, I'd love to see you there! The event begins at 7:30; I'll probably read for about 20 minutes; the whole thing is free and open to the public. Herein ends the poetry PSA.