KWH welcomes writers from Philadelphia community

Penn Current
October 22, 2015

In a city that was once home to famed poet Edgar Allen Poe and Gothic novelist Charles Brockden Brown, Halloween can take on a particularly literary flavor. “Misdeeds and Little Bones,” a Halloween-themed poetry reading taking place just outside the city at West Laurel Hill Cemetery on Tuesday, Oct. 27, at 6 p.m. is no exception.

Suppose An Eyes, the writing group hosting the event, takes its name from a line of poetry by Gertrude Stein, as does the name of the event itself. Although “Misdeeds and Little Bones” is the group’s first formal reading at West Laurel Hill Cemetery, longtime member Pat Green says, “We actually had a quick, spur-of-the moment reading there several years ago where a few of us just gathered at a random grave and read poems, but we had no (living) audience.”

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