Carol Ann Davis

  • Third Annual Newtown Poetry Project Celebrated

    Copies of Hello World: The Newtown Poetry Project 2015, a collection of poetry generated last spring by second to sixth graders and their parents in the Newtown Poetry Project were on display at the garden party on Wednesday.

  • The Newtown Poetry Project Celebrates Another Year Of Writing

    Adults and children gathered at a Newtown home during the evening of Wednesday, July 9. Children played between chairs and towels or ate alongside the adults in attendance for the culminating celebration of this year’s Newtown Poetry Project accomplishments.

    Carol Ann Davis, a Newtown resident, author, and professor in Fairfield University’s creative writing program, said the event went very well despite having to be moved indoors due to rain.

  • Inspirational Evening Of Poetry Planned At Newtown's Synagogue

    On Friday, March 21, from 8:30 until 10 pm, poets and scholars from surrounding universities will gather at Congregation Adath Israel, 115 Huntingtown Road, for an inspirational evening of poetry. Refreshments will be served including wine, cheese and crackers.

    It will be an evening for sharing the deeper things of life, the things that really matter, according to Rabbi Shaul Praver.

    A Sabbath service will precede the poetry reading from 7:30 until 8:30. The community is welcome to attend both events.

  • Newtown Authors Will Present At Ridgefield Writers Conference

    RIDGEFIELD — The first Ridgefield Writers Conference, organized by development editor Adele Annesi of Word for Words, LLC, and author and teacher Chris Belden, both of Ridgefield, will take place Saturday, September 28, in the North Hall of St Stephen’s Episcopal Church.

    The all-day conference will feature published fiction, nonfiction, and poetry writers in morning and afternoon workshop presentations, as well as a morning panel on publishing and an afternoon panel on media.