Poet to have reading at Calvary Episcopal

By on May 20, 2009

Local poet Christopher Kuhl will read from her newly-published book, “Sightings—Visions of the Human Spirit,” on Friday, May 22, at Calvary Episcopal Church in Batavia.

The book explores the philosophy that while we each have an individual soul, there is a spirit that connects us all as human beings. While not espousing any specific religious doctrine, the book is about spirituality and what it means to be human.

“Sightings” follows Kuhl’s earlier book, “Blood and Bone, River and Stone: Memoirs of Lewis County,” a poetic reflection about her home county. She has also been published in numerous literary journals. Copies of both books will be available for purchase at the reading.

The poetry reading begins at 7:30 p.m. in Calvary’s Memorial Hall. The church is located at 222 S. Batavia Ave., on the corner of Route 31 and Main Street. Admission is free. For more information, call (630) 879-3378.