Notable Works presents Voices of the Earth

Event date: 
Tuesday, October 8, 2019 - 7:00pm
Event address: 
471 Angell Street
Providence, RI 02906

Notable Works Publisher Event - Voices of the Earth

Notable Works presents Voices of the Earth: The Future of Our Planet and Love Warms the Homeless Heart
featuring: David Dragone, Dalita Getzoyan, Noreen Inglesi, Thomas Lane, and Mary Ann Rossoni

Come and hear performances by David Dragone of Crosswinds Poetry; Dalita Getzoyan, member of Notable Works' Ensemble; Noreen Inglesi, Notable Works' Artist in Residence and Editor in Chief of both books; Thomas Lane, Poet, Filmmaker, and Artist; and Mary Ann Rossoni as they raise their voices to help raise awareness for environmental and social concerns.

Notable Works Publication and Distribution Co., Inc. is a Cranston based non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness for environmental and social concerns through the arts. Voices of the Earth: The Future of Our Planet, which addresses the crucial issue of climate change and features original poetry by distinguished Rhode Island poets such as Paul Petrie, Aubrey Atwater, David Dragone, Thomas Lane and our Artist in Residence, Noreen Inglesi. In addition this book highlights the efforts of environmental agencies in Rhode Island, which are dealing with climate change. It is our aim that this publication will raise awareness and inspire the local community to take an active part in dealing with this issue.

We are proud to have received a review of this book by Greg Gerritt, NWF Representative of the Environmental Council of Rhode Island who wrote: “We all have different ways of communicating. Essayists describe what they see in prose, poets in poetry, and activists in testimony. Notable Works has collected Rhode Island poetry of the world around us, the emotions, the sensuality of the living world. They write of warm sunny days, winter nights, and the struggle to maintain a livable planet. The pairing with a listing of environmental activist groups gives those inspired by the poetry a place to take action, and those engaged in the struggle a place to catch their breath and remember why we do this work.”