Outloud Features Writer Peggy Rambach on March 26th

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The next Outloud Open Mike at The Beebe Estate for poetry, prose and music goes down this Wednesday, March 26th.

This month, Outloud features accomplished Boston-Area writer Peggy Rambach, whose latest novel ‘The Lons’ recently made The Boston Globe’s Bestsellers List. Peggy’s previous works include: Fighting Gravity ( memoir ); When the Animals Leave ( short stories ); and two anthologies ( stories from cancer survivors in ‘All that Matters: Memoir from the Wellness Community of Greater Boston’; and ‘Seeds of Lotus: Cambodian and Vietnamese Voices in America’ ). Rambach’s non-fiction has appeared in The Christian Science Monitor, The Guardian, The Journal of the American Medical Association, and The Boston Globe ( both Magazine and Books Section ). She has received two awards from the Massachusetts Cultural Council Individual Artist Grant in Fiction, as well as the St. Botolph Foundation Grant in Literature. Her writers’ workshops for under-served populations earned her The 2005 Literacy Champion Award from The Massachusetts Literacy Foundation.

Open Mike sign up starts at 7:15pm and performances for the evening begin promptly at 7:30pm. Each performer gets 10 minutes. Outloud’s creative atmosphere is always receptive, respectful and nurturing. We meet each month in The Beebe Estate’s art exhibit space at 235 West Foster in Melrose { visit beebeestate.com for further details and directions to the space }. Free, public parking is available on the grounds of The Beebe.

Outloud meets the fourth Wednesday of each month except for August, November and December.

Outloud does not charge a cover to attend or perform, but donations are graciously accepted to support local charities and help cover our event operating expenses.

Visit our official Faceboook Group for Outloud Open Mike at https://www.facebook.com/groups/82957683556/ for more updates, information and interactions with frequent Outloud performers and audience members.

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