An Evening of Yiddish Poetry and Song

WWGD? [What Would Glatshteyn Do?]
An Evening of Yiddish Poetry
sponsored by The League for Yiddish/
Afn Shvel magazine
You are cordially invited to a unique new event –
a bilingual evening of contemporary Yiddish poetry!
In zikh (Introspectivist) Yiddish poets, 1923

The program will feature Yiddish poets and songwriters reading (and singing) from
their own works.
When: Sunday, August 1, 2010; 6 – 7:45 P.M.
Where: Bowery Poetry Club, 308 Bowery, Manhattan,
main floor (between Houston and Bleecker at 1st St.; Bowery is the continuation
of Cooper Square below E. 4th St.)
F train to 2nd Ave. or 6 train to Bleecker
Admission – $6.00.
All are invited to come listen and
you are invited to participate
in the program if you:
– write Yiddish poetry
– write Yiddish songs
– translate Yiddish poetry into English (or
another language) or English (or another
language) poetry into Yiddish
Priority will be given to poets and songwriters. If you would like to participate
in the program please contact the League for Yiddish by July 21st to let us know
what you would like to contribute:
212-889-0380 /212-260-1753.