2019 Joe Gouveia Outermost Poetry Award Winners
“Liquidation” Karin Spitfire, Belfast, Maine ($1,000 grand prize)
“Among The Martyrs” Kathleen O’Toole, Takoma Park, Maryland
“Day Five: Driving Through The Reservation” Joyce Thomas, Castleton, Vermont
“Reservoir” Lucile Burt, South Wellfleet ($300 prize)
“Burning Truths” Mary Collins, East Sandwich
“My Mother Came Back as A Cat” Wilderness Sarchild, Brewster
Congratulations to the winners, and thanks to everyone who submitted their work. We’ll do it again next year, so you might want to get started on your compositions now.
Presented by Payomet Performing Arts Center
Having lived a short time in France and then for several years in Spain, and now teaching both Spanish and French here on Cape Cod, Sandra Hemeon-McMahon (aka DJ “H”) has a passion for musical styles emanating from the Spanish and French-speaking world – Flamenco from Spain, Mariachi from Mexico, Nueva Canción from Chile, French chansons, Quebecois folk, Haitian troubadour…as well as música “Rock” from any and all of the French and Spanish-speaking nations (including our own).
Sandra is also known to open up her program to the rest of the world and play anything from Brazilian bossa nova to Mongolian punk rock. She is a firm believer of music as the Universal Language, the Heartbeat of Humanity, and a whole lot of FUN.
Join DJ “H” on World Beat, every 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month from 6 to 9 p.m.
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