The power of poetry at library

Photo by Shaw Israel Izikson

Writer Jack Sheedy was one of several poets who read at the National Beat Poetry Festival’s Kerouac Cafe held at The Licia and Mason Beekley Community Library in New Hartford on Saturday, Oct. 7. Sheedy read selections from his work along with a selection from his late wife, Jean Sands’, recently published book, “Close But Not Touching.” 

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