Sunday, March 13, 2016   7 p.m.

With the Long Standing Poet,

Richard Pflum

Reading from his new, collected, reedited, selected, refreshed manuscript:
“At The Poetry Fountain.”

Followed by Refreshments, Book Signing with an Open Mic Reading by audience members.

Richard Pflum,
born on July 2, 1932 in Indianapolis, Indiana and now lives in Indianapolis. He is the author of three full length books of poetry, A Dream of Salt by The Fredrick Brewer Press (The Raintree Press) Bloomington, Ind., 1980, A Strange Juxtaposition of Parts by the Writers’ Center Press, Indianapolis, 1995 and Some Poems To Be Read Out Loud by Chatter House Press, Indianapolis, 2013. He has appeared in Tears in the Fence (U.K.), The Flying Island, The Reaper, Exquisite Corpse, Ploplop, Hopewell Review and Kayak. He also has a poems in the anthologies: The Indiana Experience, Indiana University Press, 1977 and A New Geography Of Poets, University of Arkansas Press, 1992, and two poems in The New Laurel Review, 1999, and a poem in Glass Works, Pudding House, 2002. On the internet he can be found on the archive of PoetryNet, Poet of the Month, October 2003 and on Wabash Watershed, February 2014 a website founded by the recent Poet Laureate of Indiana, George Kalamaris. Pflum hosts a long term poetry interest group, Poetry Salon, through the Indiana Writers’ Center.

He lives by himself in a dark old house in a sinister part of the City. Here, he has been mugged once and is haunted by frequent but friendly ghosts.

The Indiana Writers Center
812 E. 67th St
Just Northwest and behind the Main Gallery Bldg of the Indianapolis Art Center in the Arts Complex foyer.

Any questions:  Call the Indiana Writers Center 317-255-0710 or Muse coordinator, Richard Pflum: 317-356-2048

Written by Roxanna Santoro — March 07, 2016

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