Joe Enzweiler Shares His Poetry with Friends of UC Brain Tumor Center

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From left: Joe Enzweiler, Phil Enzweiler, Jessica Guarnaschelli, MD, and Stephen Enzweiler. Photo by Cindy Starr/Mayfield Clinic

During an hour that was as sweet and fleeting as ripe blueberries in the Alaska wilderness, an audience of 40 listened spellbound to the poetry of Joe Enzweiler at an intimate gathering in East Walnut Hills. The Sept. 18 event, hosted by Jessica Guarnaschelli, MD, a radiation oncologist, was a benefit for the UC Brain Tumor Center. Mr. Enzweiler, a Cincinnati native who lives in Fairbanks, is the author of several books.

His poetry, His poetry, which has been read by Garrison Keillor on NPR’s A Writer’s Almanac, explores the passage of time, the beauty and rigors of Alaska, and the richness of humanity’s most basic needs. In a releated development, Mr. Enzweiler has graciously established the Joe Enzweiler Fund for Brain Tumor Research.

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