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YSNN member Ed Stover, Poetry Reading at Inklings Bookstore

Published on 10/17/2019
Ed Stover is a Sunnyside native who enjoyed a 40-year career as a daily newspaper journalist throughout the Pacific Northwest. He is happily retired and lives in Yakima where he enjoys being involved in the Central Washington poetry community. He also hikes and bikes and is married. He and his wife Lynn have three children and four grandsons.

"Homecoming" is the fifth in a series of poetry chapbooks published by Yakima poet Elaine Smith's Labyrinth Press. The series features the work of Yakima area poets. Ed's chapbook evokes memories of childhood and family and how those experiences have shaped a life that has been and continues to be fully-lived.

The chapbook cover features artwork by Yakima artist Deborah Ann.

Please join us for a reading with Ed, with a special appearance by the Test Tube Poets

Event date: 
Sunday, November 10, 2019 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm
Event address: 
5629 Summitview Ave
Yakima, WA 98908

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