Friends & Enemies of Wallace Stevens


Under the Tent
Elizabeth Park, Hartford
Saturday June 20, 1PM


David Cappella

Alison D. Moncrief Bromage

Alison D. Moncrief Bromage's poems have appeared in The Paris Review, Denver Quarterly, Barrow Street, Copper Nickel and elsewhere. She's been a finalist for the Gulf Coast Poetry Prize, "Discovery"/Boston Review Poetry Contest and a Ruth Lilly Poetry Fellowship. She is a writing tutor at Yale University and lives in Stony Creek, CT with her husband and children.

David Cappella is a poet and Professor of English at Central Connecticut State University where he teaches creative writing and literature. He has co-authored two widely used poetry textbooks, Teaching the Art of Poetry: The Moves and A Surge of Language: Teaching Poetry Day to Day. His prize-winning chapbook, Gobbo: A Solitaire's Opera, was published by Bright Hill Press in 2006. His poems and essays have appeared in various literary journals and anthologies in the US and Europe. He is currently co-translating Tracce di un’anima, a book of poems by the Italian poet Germana Santangelo.

The reading is sponsored by the Friends & Enemies of Wallace Stevens (,
with the assistance of Elizabeth Park Conservancy (

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PO BOX 2482  ♦  HARTFORD CT 06146-2482