|ASC Poetry Leader Diane Dawson shares her writings with a rapt audience at "ASC Voices."|
Over the past four years, "ASC Voices" at Barnes and Noble Union Square has become a cherished springtime tradition. On April 25, we once again packed the house, with more than 80 audience members reveling in the amazing imaginations and courageous poetry of ASC's Creative Writing Workshop members.
Guest reader Diane H. Dillon, co-author of Mommy Mantras kicked off the evening, which was hosted by workshop facilitator Gerry Gomez Pearlberg. Free copies of the most recent issue of ASC's literary magazine, Situations were distributed.
ASC thanks Barnes & Noble Union Square for its remarkable commitment to ensuring that the voices of people living with, affected by, and at risk for HIV/AIDS are heard. We look forward to our next Barnes and Noble reading (this time at the Astor Place store) on July 27, when we'll participate in the kick-off to a four-day book fair, raising money and awareness for local HIV programs.
Photo Credit: Scott Abbott