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The Poets' Co-op Fall 2007 Open Reading Series will be held on Thursday, September 6th, October 4th & November 1st at the Loveland Museum on the corner of Fifth & Lincoln. Readings will be downstairs at the Foote Gallery/Auditorium from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. Complimentary snacks will be graciously provided by HENRY'S PUB (234 E. 4th St.).

Readers & listeners embrace all styles of original poetry and range in experience from first time readers to published and polished “professionals.” Poets can sign up to read the night of the reading or ahead of time by email. Our Fall Series Featured Readers represent a diverse mix of some of Colorado’s finest poets.

Our Featured Reader for Thursday, September 6th is Phil Woods & Mike Adams of the Free Radical Railroad.

Phil Woods has been writing poetry for 40 years and is the author of 6 books. His most recent are Poems for the Prophet (2006) and the chapbook "Struggle Mountain" which is part of a 3 chapbook collection called Free Radical Railroad Underground (2007). The 3 authors, Mike Adams, Phil Woods, and Jame Taylor III, often perform together as the Free Radical Railroad.

Our Featured Reader for Thursday, October 4th is Megan Freeman.

Megan E. Freeman used to live in northeast Los Angeles, central Ohio, northern Norway and on Caribbean cruise ships.  She currently chairs the Humanities department at a public charter school in Lafayette, Colorado.  A member and former fellow in the Colorado State University Writing Project, she is also a 2007 Fund for Teachers fellow, a two-time Impact on Education Award finalist, and a 2007 Colorado Teacher of the Year nominee.  Her poetry has appeared in various anthologies and literary journals, and she is working on her first novel.

Our Featured Reader for Thursday November 1st is Stewart S. Warren.

Stewart S. Warren, born 1950 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, has been published in various Colorado and New Mexico publications, and is the author of two poetry collections: Shape of a Hill and The Weight of Dusk. Stewart has spent much of this time in northern New Mexico, and more recently southern Colorado, where he founded the Festival of the Imagination, an annual poetry festival held every fall in Del Norte, Colorado. Stewart currently lives in Denver , where he is the executive director of Access Idiom, an annual Colorado poetry conference which will premier in 2008.