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Rock star poet.

Byline: Victor D. Infante


Worcester native Seren Divine had a tremendous effect on the Worcester poetry scene, writing unabashedly about sex, gender and possessing a razor-edged tongue, Divine transcended the image of the confessional female poet, becoming more of a Sylvia-Plath-turned-rock-star. Now living in New York City, Divine's work has lost none of its edge, and her performances remain powerful and moving. Seren Divine reads for the Worcester Poet's Asylum at 6 tonight at Jumpin' Juice & Java, 335 Chandler St., Worcester.

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Publication:Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA)
Date:Mar 8, 2009
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