Midcoast poet Betsy Headley will celebrates National Poetry Month with readings from her new book, “Something is Always Left,” Saturday, April 7, at 2 p.m. at Camden Public Library, Main Street/Route 1 at Atlantic Avenue.

Headley’s poetry focuses on life, aging, travel and nature. The well-traveled photographer, artist and poet is resident of Belfast. Born a New Englander, Headley lived in Denver, Colo., for 33 years before moving to Maine in 2004. In Colorado, she opened a freelance photography business in 1993 and presented her work in juried arts and crafts festivals, one-person shows and publications.

Maine provides a myriad of inspirational subjects, for both photography and poetry. Headley said she is fortunate to be a member of an active poetry group in Belfast and looks forward to continued growth in her writing.

Headley has recited her work at Open Mic Poetry at the former Åarhus Gallery and at the Voices for Haiti event held at Belfast Free Library. Two of her poems are on a new CD, “Talking Furniture: Selections from Maine Writers.” Signed copies of her new book will be available for purchase.

Courier Publications’ A&E Editor Dagney C. Ernest can be reached at (207) 594-4401, ext. 115; or dernest@courierpublicationsllc.com.