Sander Zulauf at the William Carlos Williams Center

October 6, 2009

sandypicThe WCW Poetry Cooperative of Southern Bergen County is pleased to invite Sander Zulauf, poet, literary professor, and editor, as the next feature on Wednesday, Oct. 14 at 7 p.m.  As usual this monthly program will also feature the words of William Carlos Williams and open readings from the floor.  No advanced registration is required and all poets and poetry lovers are invited.  Note that they are now holding the WCW Poetry Cooperative readings on the Terrace of the Williams Center for the Arts (www.williamscenter.org) located at 1 Williams Plaza in Rutherford, N. J.  Download a program flyer here:

www.rutherfordlibrary.org/oct09poetry.pdf

Also, please remember that noted poet Jim Klein leads  peer-to-peer poetry workshops (Red Wheelbarrow Poets) on Wednesdays (1st, 3rd, 4th, 5th) when we do not have the readings.  These will continue in theRutherford Public Library (www.rutherfordlibrary.org).  Please see the flyer here:

www.rutherfordlibrary.org/wedworkshops.pdf

Also, please see the Red Wheelbarrow website here:

redwheelbarrowpoets.wordpress.com/a-red-wheelbarrow/about


Poet Sander Zulauf reading at the South Brunswick Library

September 6, 2009

Teacher, editor, poet, Zulauf makes his art through compassion for the people and places that surround him.


James Wright’s Northern Italy By New Jersey Poet Sander Zulauf

August 12, 2009

After Baptism there is the new life. After the harsh industrialized landscapes of steel mills and slag heaps, after the impoverished and brutalized lives lived in his native Ohio, after the bitterness of the Minnesota winters, after the wreckage of his marriage to Liberty Kardules and the loss of his sons, after the loss of his position at the University of Minnesota, there was the refuge offered James Wright by Robert and Carol Bly, there was a position at Hunter College, and there was Annie, and James’s new life began with her and took on a whole new dimension when they journeyed together to Italy.
http://www.ohioana-authors.org/wright/italy.php