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This month’s poets are Linda Albert, Mike Kozubek, Robin Rapaport and Linda Goodman Robiner.

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PoetryMic is a series that presents an array of varied and talented poets. There is no charge for this event but registration is needed for the Zoom link. There is the option of a $7 fee to help defray the cost.

The Zoom link will be sent prior to the event. After you have reserved your place, look for a confirmation via email.

About the Poets:

Linda Albert is an internationally published poet, essayist, and former theater director. Also, a certified Jungian Archetypal Pattern Analyst and communication coach with a Master Certification in Neurolinguistics, in recent years her work has focused on conscious and creative aging. Linda’s poetry is influenced by her interest and academic training in those areas as well as by the values of her faith tradition, the changing roles of contemporary women, and her personal joys, struggles, and insights. Author of Charting the Lost Continent: Poetry and Other Discoveries, her awards include the Olivet and Dyer-Ives Foundation Poetry Prizes and the Atlanta Review’s International Merit Award for poetry. Online at https://www.lindaalbert.net/

Mike Kozubek: After retiring from practicing law, S. M. Kozubek spends more time now writing poems. He has published over 150 haiku, tanka, and haibun in many anthologies and was awarded a second prize in the International Section of the 2018 Mainichi (Japan) Haiku Contest. His verse has appeared in ICON, Journal of Modern Poetry, Frogpond, Modern Haiku, and other publications.

Robin Rapaport, a Holocaust survivor, was born in Glembokie, Poland. An army veteran, he served a tour of duty with the 101st Airborne Division in Vietnam, and also served in Germany. Rapaport spent more than three decades as a high school English teacher and served as president of the National Education Association of New York (NEA/ NY) from 2003 to 2007.

A member of the Ringling Poets group, Robin has had his poetry published in The English Journal, 2River View, Radar Poetry, among others. He belongs to the Sarasota Jazz Club, loves jazz and writes about it often. Also among the subjects of his poetry are his experiences in Viet Nam and the classroom, family dynamics, and the indignities of old age.

Linda Goodman Robiner: hopes readers will find in her new poetry collection, Chrysalis, not only a memoir, but a door opening into their own lives. In addition to many poems published in journals and anthologies, some have led artists to create, musicians to compose, and a writer to include her poetry in a daily desk calendar. Linda’s chapbook, Reverse Fairy Tale, traces the unraveling of a marriage. She developed and implemented an artists-in-schools program, produced programming for public television, taught at northeastern Ohio colleges and universities, and facilitated writing workshops. With her longtime companion, she toggles between Cleveland and Sarasota.

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Linda Albert


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Mike Kozubek


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Linda Goodman Robiner


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Robin Rapaport

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