The Chicago Literary Hall of Fame interviews Albert DeGenova upon the 20th Anniversary of After Hours magazine. Click here.
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Albert does a short reading at the Church of Beethoven in Oak Park, IL. Click here.
Albert DeGenova was a finalist in the 25th Annual GBOMA competition. His poem “We Thought We Could” was chosen to be one of 20 poems performed by Chicago poets competing for the 2018 award. See Albert’s performance here.
A short Father’s Day (2018) reading at the Church of Beethoven in Oak Park, IL. Click Here.
Albert was asked to write a poem in response to a photo supplied the editors of Door County Living magazine. The result is the poem “Wisconsin Gothic.” View the photo and the poem.
Bramble, the print and online journal from the Wisconsin Fellowship of Poets, included “Things Favorite My Road” by Albert DeGenova in it’s Winter 2018 edition. See more.
O:JA&L (or Open: Journal of Art and Letters) published Albert’s “Time to Go” and “Unveiled” in its November 2017 online edition.