Worcester County Poetry Association
Established 1971
Worcester County Poetry Association /1 Ekman Street, Worcester, MA 01607 / 508-797-4770 / wcpaboard@yahoo.com

Worcester showings and additional programming:

Tuesday, April 8 - 1-2:30 pm - Worcester Senior Center, 128 Providence Street (includes Q&A with filmmaker)

Thursday, April 10 - 4-5:30 pm - Kinnicutt Hall, Salisbury Laboratories, WPI (includes Q&A with filmmaker)

Wednesday, April 16 - 7:30-9 pm - 406 Hogan Campus Center, Holy Cross College (includes presentation on Kunitz)

Thursday, April 24 - 2:30-4:30 pm - 121 Learning Resources Center, Worcester State College  (includes presentation on Kunitz and Q&A with filmmaker)

All screenings are free and open to the public!

Cosponsored by the Assumption College English Department, the Holy Cross College English Department and Creative Writing Program, the Worcester Academy Writing and Humanities Program, the Quinsigamond Community College English Department, the Worcester Polytechnic Institute Humanities and Arts Department, the Worcester State College Language and Literature Department, and the Worcester Senior Center with assistance from Women in Reform Judaism Temple Emanuel Sisterhood, and the Worcester County Poetry Association.
STANLEY’S HOUSE - Tobe Carey’s new documentary on Stanley Kunitz’s childhood home, featuring the poet reading his Worcester poems aloud, is “a heartfelt meditation on how place forms the sensibility of an artist” (Chronogram Magazine)
Photo by Greg Stockmal
Yetta Jasspon Dine,
Stanley's mother
Photo courtesy Gretchen Kunitz
Stanley's Yearbook Gradutation Photo, 1922
4 Woodford Street
Photo by Alan Carey
Filmmaker Tobe Carey with Stanley Kunitz in NYC
Photo by Meg Carey
Greg and Carol Stockmal
Photo by Alan Carey
Filmmaker Tobe Carey at Woodford Street
Photo by Alan Carey