Quiet Lunch attended the historic National Arts Club in Gramercy Park on Friday evening, October 27th, to hear poet Bruce McEver read from his latest collection of work, Like Lesser Gods. Its not often we leave a poetry reading looking back over our shoulder hoping the poet might read one more poem for good measure, but Bruce McEver packs his works with such a personal, benevolent and profound sense of humanity one could not help one’s self –during such divisive and spiritually vacuous times– for wanting another serving more.
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Poet and novelist John Reed.
Poetry enthusiasts Alexandra Kisievitz & Maia Tekle.
Poet Travis Denton, Editor@Prelude, Stu Watson & writer Chris Campenones.
A full house of distinguished entrepreneurs, writers and artists at the National Arts Club to hear Bruce McEver read from his latest work.
Like Lesser Gods by Bruce McEver.
Publishers John Gosslee & Andrew Sullivan with the estimable poet Bruce McEver (center).
Venture Capitalist Dayton T. Carr & de la Haba enjoying the night.
Writer Nadia Owusu & Publisher Andrew Sullivan.
Painter Peter Gerakaris, novelist Donald Brenkenridge, & curator Heather Zises.
Bruce McEver fans James & Vicki Breech with Mitch & Emily Spector.
Photographer Jordan Doner & musician Alex Abbey.
Wasn’t easy getting past security to hear Bruce read from his new work Like Lesser Gods.
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