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By Chris Azzopardi | PrideSource.com
Evidence legal pads. Check. Black, thick pens. Check. Clear, green plaid Scotch tape. Check. “When I’m writing I have very much a ritual that I follow,” says John Waters as he takes a break from settling into his summer home in Provincetown, Mass. “I get up every day at 6:15, and I read newspapers and drink a lot of tea.”
Waters starts his workday two and a half hours before McDonald’s stops serving breakfast: at 8 a.m. Over the last year, Waters, 60, has been compiling notes for a film, but he…
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The Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown will present readings by poets Gail Mazur and Keith Althaus on Saturday, March 4, at 8 p.m.
Both Mazur and Althaus are previous chairs of the Work Center’s Writing Committee, and both have recently published new volumes of their selected poems.
The reading will take place in the Stanley Kunitz Common Room at the Fine Arts Work Center, 24 Pearl St., Provincetown. Admission is free.
Mazur’s new book is “Zeppo’s First Wife: New and Selected Poems.” Her previous collections include “Nightfire” (1978), “The Pose…
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