Molly Lynn Watt

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Introduction Molly Lynn Watt carries a pen & a notebook as she travels, whether to Harvard Square, China, Ireland or Alaska to shape her adventures into poems, essays and stories illustrated with photos. She writes daytrip articles for the Occasional Moose published in Peterborough, N.H. She is a founding resident of Cambridge Cohousing, a progressive educator and an activist for peace and justice. She curates the monthly Fireside Poetry Readings, in its ninth season. Ibbetson Street Press released Shadow People, a book of Molly's poems, in 2007. Molly edited the Bagelbard Anthology 1, 2 and 3, all published by Ibbeston Street Press & available at Lulu.com. Molly and her husband, Dan Lynn Watt turned excerpts from Dan’s parents' letters to each other in 1937 into a political love story reading theater performance interlaced with folksongs. They have performed “George and Ruth – Songs and Letters of the Spanish Civil War” for six years in the New England and New York with folksinger Tony Saletan and accordion player Sylvia Miskoe. The CD is available from CD-Baby, Amazon or this website.