WORD THURSDAYS FEATURING WILLIAM A. GREENFIELD, NATIONAL POETRY MONTH
April 26, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
William A. Greenfield (Sullivan County, NY) grew up some 40 miles north of NYC in the small hamlet of Montrose, NY, where he learned how to play baseball, climb trees, and make change at the local supermarket. He first began to write poetry while attending the SUNY Plattsburgh. For years after that, his writing became only an occasional dabbling. At the urging of his daughter, he once again delved into the world of poetry in more recent years to the point where it became a regular part of his existence. His poems can be found in dozens of journals including The Westchester Review, Carve Magazine, Tar River Poetry, and many others. In 2012, he won Storyteller Magazine’s People’s Choice Award. His chapbook, Momma’s Boy Gone Bad, was published in February 2017 by Finishing Line Press. He resides in Sullivan County, NY, in the middle of the woods and he likes it there.