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Hear five poets read their work Thursday at Edmonds shop

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You can sit back and enjoy readings by five poets at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Edmonds Bookshop.
The poets who will read their work are Christopher J. Jarmick, Bethany Reid, Douglas Schuder, Richard Wakefield and David D. Horowitz.
The evening of poetry is the bookstore's annual salute to National Poetry Month.
Jarmick has hosted poetry readings in Kirkland for 11 years. His collection, "Ignition," was published in 2010.
Reid is prize-winning poet whose work has appeared in many journals. Her book, "Sparrow," won the Gell Poetry Prize in 2012.
Schuder's work has also appeared in many collection, including Rose Alley Press anthologies. His works include "Limbs of the Pine," "Peaks of the Range" and "Many Trails to the Summit."
Wakefield's published collections include "East of Early Winters" and "A Vertical Mile." He has also taught literature classes at Tacoma Community College, the Unversity of Washington-Tacoma and Evergreen State College.
Horowitz founded Rose Alley Press. His latest works are "Stars Beyond the Battlesmoke" and "Sky Above the Temple."
The Edmonds Bookshop is at 111 Fifth Ave. S., Edmonds. For more information, call 425-775-2789 or see
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