I am so honored and excited to have a poem included in Richard Howe's new book: History as It Happens: Citizen Bloggers in Lowell, Mass.
Editor Paul Marion writes:
"Join the crowd this Saturday, August 5, 11.30 a.m. to 1.30 p.m., for the official launch of the big blog book that is about to sweep through Lowell. Ten years of the best of the RichardHowe.com blog. 40 contributors. Words and pictures. Special $10 price for launch day (regular $20 retail price). A little bit of food and cold drinks also for the celebration. Three years in the making for this book. Where: Lowell Telecommunications Corp., Market Mills, 246 Market St. Free parking in the National Park lot off Dutton St.
And don't forget the Lowell Walks program just before, beginning at 10 a.m., starting in same location. The topic is "Northern Canal Urban Renewal and Lowell High" with Chris Hayes and Aurora Erickson. Finish the walking tour with a book party."
I will be there. Join me!
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