Greenwich Pen Women
         
 


Greenwich Pen Women, a branch of the National League of American Pen Women, is a non-profit organization of women artists, writers, and musicians. We offer mutual support and exchange of ideas to encourage and inspire excellence in original creative work.

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On October 22, 2014 at the Tomes-Higgins House on Putnam Avenue, audience attendees and GPW members were treated to an afternoon of poetry, music and art. Poems read included those of high humor and of great emotion, all taken from the Greenwich Pen Women’s recent anthology, Women’s Voices of the 21st Century.

Audience members reacting to Lyn Harmon’s humorous poem
Audience members reacting to Lyn Harmon’s humorous poem
Lyn Harmon
Lyn Harmon
Rev. Joanne Swenson
Rev. Joanne Swenson
President Deb Weir reading Judy Crystal’s poem, “Apartment 20M”
President Deb Weir reading Judy Crystal’s poem, “Apartment 20M”
Julie Dolphin singing Julie Suarez’s, “New Bride,” and accompanied by Michele Goritz
Julie Dolphin singing Julie Suarez’s, “New Bride,” and accompanied by Michele Goritz
Leigh Grant, recalling growing up at Tomes-Higgins
Leigh Grant, recalling growing up at Tomes-Higgins
Margaret Simon Esmé, discussing the anthology’s artwork
Margaret Simon Esmé, discussing the anthology’s artwork

Photos by Kathy DiGiovanna


 


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