Evening of poetry and art slated for Bristol

BRISTOL — The new ARTSight Studios and Galleries in Bristol will host and evening of poetry and art next Tuesday.
The public is invited to the art space at 6 South St. on Sept. 10 to hear the works of two writers and to enjoy the art in the resident artists’ studios. The studios open at 6 p.m. and the readings begin at 7 p.m.
First up will be Ryan Walsh, author of “The Sinks,” which won of the 2010 Mississippi Valley Poetry Chapbook contest). His poems appear in several journals, including “Ecotone,” “FIELD,” “Forklift, Ohio,” Green Mountains Review,” “Ink Node” and “Narrative.” He directs the writing program at Vermont Studio Center in Johnson.
The second reader will be Zayne Turner, author of the chapbook “Memory of My Mouth,” published by Dancing Girl Press. She sometimes creates fiction on Storify, a web-based storytelling program. She grew up in the high desert of Oregon.
Before and after the readings, visitors are invited to visit the studios of Karla Van Vliet, Lily Hinrichsen, Rachel Baird, Basha Miles and Katie Grauer, where there ill be art for sale and for the senses.

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