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That’s some serious poetry face, Mr. Fagel

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Bill Hughes

If you consider poetry to be one of the quieter arts, well, it very often is. But it can also be performative and boisterous—particularly when local poet Harry Fagel is involved, as he was during this reading Tuesday evening at the Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf on Maryland.

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