On June 22, 2018, we held part two of our two-part book launch in support of the recently published EQUINOX literature anthology. The event, dubbed “Date Night,” took place at Milton’s popular Suburban Farmhouse coffee shop and eatery, located at 108 Federal Street. A sizable crowd showed up for the book launch, which featured live performances from several of the EQUINOX contributors including William Crandell and Carrie Sz Keane.
Music was provided by guitarist David Ara, who performed a variety of original songs throughout the evening. Following the scheduled EQUINOX readers and a brief intermission, an open-mic session commenced. The session included poet Tara A. O’Brien Elliott of Salisbury, MD, who was recently awarded the first-place prize in the upcoming AURORA anthology. Ms. O’Brien Elliott read four original poems.
We have two readings scheduled for August in support of the AURORA anthology. The anthology is scheduled to publish in mid-July and the live events will also occur at The Suburban Farmhouse.
Our heartfelt thanks to those who turned out tonight, and, of course, to Kristin Heathcote-Latham and the entire staff at The Suburban Farmhouse.