But the variety was not unusual: two Welshmen, a Scots, two Americans, two Indians, a Chinese poet, and one from England. This meeting has set a record for the number of readers: nine.
A good rule is to attempt no more than sixty or so lines of verse. Else with the discussion thrown in we will exceed the ten to twelve minutes that can be allotted to each reader.
Two of our men, Bobby and Thommo, had to leave for a meeting before the end, and that's why the group photo shows only the distaff side. Joe was behind the camera.
Our next session will be on July 9, 2010 at the Yacht Club at 5:30 pm to read from Moby Dick by Herman Melville. Here is a link to the full account and record of the session on June 11, 2010.