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Renascence Poetry Reading

Sunday, May 5th from 1-3pm

Instructor: Carol Clark Williams
Member Price: Free to Attend for All
Age: 16+


May 5
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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Kerlin Gallery
10 N. Beaver Street
York, PA 17401 United States
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Join us on Sunday, May 5th from 1-3pm for a poetry reading! This of month’s reading will feature Robert Royal Poff, a poet and author of the books More Useful Words for Useless People and Sleeping Among Wolves. They have always been enamored by puzzlework poems and flowery prose that requires multiple reads to fully decipher. Each of their works vary from personal love letters to poems about their views on such topics as death, love, addiction, and the darker side of life.

Following the feature, we will open the podium up to writers who would like to share their work with the crowd.

This event is free and open to the public

Carol Clark Williams

Carol Clark Williams is poet laureate emerita of York, Pennsylvania, and founder of the “Poetry Spoken Here” readings for the open air Yorkfest arts festival. She is a winner of the NFSPS 2022 Stevens Chapbook Poetry Contest. Williams teaches poetry workshops for high school students, senior centers, support groups, and residents of institutions.

Carol’s poems have been published in print and online journals including Broadkill Review, Welcome to the Resistance, Fledgling Rag, Grasslimb, Mad Poets Review, Margie, Byline, PPS Prize Poems, and Encore. Her latest collection of poetry, Unpacking for the Journey, is available on Amazon or from

If you would like to present, please bring a poem or short story.