Founded in 1973, the award-winning Blacksmith House Poetry Series celebrates 40 years of bringing established and emerging writers of poetry and fiction to Harvard Square. The series is sponsored by the Cambridge Center for Adult Education and holds readings at the Blacksmith House, site of the village smithy and spreading chestnut tree of Longfellow’s 1839 poem "The Village Blacksmith."
8:00 pm | $3
Tickets may be purchased 45 minutes prior to the reading.
Mark Halliday reads from his new book, Thresherphobe, with Anna Ross, whose debut collection is If a Storm.