Brendan Walsh, Thursday, June18, 2015

Brendan’s poems have appeared in many journals and magazines, including Off the Coast, Connecticut Review, Anak Sastra, Lines+Stars, and Cobalt Review.  He has been an English Instructor in South Korea, a Fulbright English teacher in Vientiane, Laos, and an aimless vagabond throughout the United States.  Brendan has been a featured reader at The New American Writing Festival, and the Sunken Garden Poetry Festival’s Connecticut Young Poets Day.  His first poetry collection, Make Anything Whole, was published by Five Oaks Press. He received his MFA from Southern Connecticut State University in New Haven, CT, where he now works in International Education.  When he is not training for amateur Strongman competitions or writing poems, his life is a cycle of existential crises and brilliant epiphanies.  His website is

On the third Thursday of each month, The Pi Poetry Series celebrates an eclectic mix of poetic voices. Free. Refreshments. (and even more, if you bring some to share) Open mic. Outstanding featured readers. In a casual setting. Open to all members of the public (and even others).

The Institute Library
847 Chapel Street
New Haven, CT
right next door to the Tattoo Parlor

Doors Open at 6:30. Reading starts at 7:00.
Please arrive a few minutes early to sign up for the reading.

Great Poetry!

In a Warm, Friendly Environment


2 thoughts on “Brendan Walsh, Thursday, June18, 2015

    1. mcguireschwartz Post author


      Thank you for your interest in our poetry series.

      The readings are free and open to everyone. For the Open Mic, readers are asked to read only 1 poem, up to 3 minutes long.

      I will put you on our mailings list, so you will get monthly announcements of our readings. We’ll look forward to meeting you.

      –Mark McGuire-Schwartz

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