Great Weather Presents Spoken Word Sundays

Featuring Dorothy Cantwell and Howie Faerstein


Hosted by George Wallace


DOROTHY CANTWELL moved to the East Village from the North Fork of Long Island in the 1970’s. Her years as an actress and playwright gave her the opportunity to witness and work with brilliant and daring downtown theater artists, and perform in venues ranging from PS 122 to the Performing Garage to Broadway.


Howie Faerstein’s full-length book, Dreaming of the Rain in Brooklyn, a selection of the Silver Concho Poetry Series, was published by Press 53. His work can be found in numerous journals, including Great River Review, Nimrod, Cutthroat, Upstreet, Rattle, Off the Coast, Cape Cod Poetry Review, Mudfish, and on-line in Gris-Gris, The Pedestal, and Connotation Press. He’s assistant poetry editor at Cuthroat, A Journal of the Arts. After living in Brooklyn for 50 years, he now lives in Florence, Massachusetts. A new book is forthcoming.