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His poems have graced a long list of anthologies and journals, and they have been nominated for a Pushcart Prize five times. He lives in Santa Cruz. Yurman, request ASL interpreters one week in advance from editor poetryflash. The editors will read from their own work and talk about the anthology and their thirty years with the San Luis Obispo Poetry Festival. Founded in , the festival continues to the present day, showcasing the best poets of the Central Coast, along with many other fine poets from all over California. The contributing poets who will read from their work in the anthology will be: Jasmine Marshall Armstrong is a native of the Central Coast.
Sharon Doubiago's new book of poems is The Visit. Paul Fericano is a satirist and a social activist as well as a poet. His books of poems include Commercial Break and Cancer Quiz. Gilbert is a leading feminist critic, co-author of the influential The Madwoman in the Attic.
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Newest of her many books of poems is Aftermath. Valentina Gnup has been widely published in literary magazines, including Nimrod and Crab Orchard Review. Klipschutz is a poet, songwriter and freelance journalist. Brenda Nasio is a poet and writer.
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Sam Pereira lives in the central San Joaquin Valley. His latest collection, Dusting on Sunday , was published in Lee Rossi edited the L. Among his books of poems is Wheelchair Samurai. Among her books of poems is Letters to Pablo Neruda. Nellie Wong's newest book of poems is Breakfast Lunch Dinner.
Two of her poems are engraved in public places in San Francisco, where she lives. Yurman is the author of the book of poems Giraffe. He's widely published in literary journals. Daniel Marlin is the author of Isaiah at the Wall, Palestine Poems, Amagasaki Sketchbook , a graphic diary of a long stay in Japan, and Heart of Ardor , a retrospective of four decades of paintings and commentary. David St. John says, "Rose Black's superb collection of poems, Green Field , is a sobering volume of recollections, reflections and meditations upon a life's ravaged hopes, the echoes of a personal past, and the raw realities of our present.
She has been editor of the Marin Poetry Center Anthology , and teaches poetry at Salinas Valley State Prison, which has inspired some of the poems she'll be reading. Dorianne Laux says, "These frank, tightly-crafted narratives recount the sounds of protest and are testament to lives lost and shared, where, in moments of mercy, 'there are no shadows.
She has taught workshops for homeless, abused, neglected and emotionally disturbed youths, developmentally disturbed adults, at juvenile halls, at a maximum security men's prison, and for every grade through California Poets in the Schools. Jack Marshall , poet and memoirist, whose most recent book of poems is Spiral Trace.
Dennis Schmitz , poet, whose most recent book of poems, Animism , was a nominee for the Northern California Book Award. David Shaddock , poet and psychotherapist, whose most recent book of poems is Vernal Pool. Lenny Silverberg , painter, teacher, and collaborator with Steve Kowit on several books. Lee Herrick says, "Stella Beratlis writes unforgettable poems that stir inside you long after you've finished reading them.
Alkali Sink is simultaneously domestic and wild, urban and rural, full of surprises and wisdom. Christina Hutchins's new book of poems, to be launched at this event, is Tender the Maker , winner of the May Swenson Award. Cynthia Hogue, judge for the award, says, "Again and again in Christina Hutchin's Tender the Maker , poems startle us into awareness of the overlooked, the nearly always invisible…and the marvelous, those aspects of life that come under the rubric of 'mystery,' in all senses of the word.
Hutchins combines a pitch-perfect and precise lyricism with a postmodern sensibility of language's materiality. Petersburg, Russia, where some of the poems in this new book originated. David Wojahn says, "Her poems are bracing, frightening, and—I would go so far as to say—prophetic. Antidote for Night is, quite simply, a remarkable accomplishment.
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She and her husband Phil Taggart live in Ventura, California where they organize events and a reading series and where they edit and publish the literary journal Askew. They also founded the annual Ventura Erotic Poetry reading, a popular southern California literary event. Edward Falco says, "In the universe of her poems, buried moments cast off their dirt and rise again for the consideration of her readers. Robertson is a poet of exquisite sensibilities, with a generous heart and an eye for the sadness and beauty of our brief, mysterious lives. Robert S. Fogarty says, "Peter Neil Carroll's welcome volume of delicious poems, Fracking Dakota: Poems for a Wounded Land , is about American landscapes and the cartography of our inner worlds.
He meditates at Grant's Tomb, the Natchez Trace, and the Redwood Valley reminding us that what poets say echoes deep in the soul. He's also written the memoir Keeping Time. A former professor of American History as well as a poet, he has also been a host of "Booktalk" on Pacifica Radio. Of a previous collection, The Curvature of Blue , F. Reeve says, "Is the sky blue? Lucille Lang Day's poems paint it a hundred different ways, full of geometry and change, structure and feeling, as plangent as a sunset, as secret as an electromagnetic field.
She's also author of the memoir Married at Fourteen. Her poems have been collected in letterpress, broadside, and chapbook form both at Brown University and University of California at Davis. She is a partner in Red Berry Editions. And yet, in their immense range and variety, their wildness and dangerousness, these poems are finally suffused with poignancy and compassion.
Scenes that sometimes begin as cameos shift subtly into raw memento mori for times lost or unforgiven. These vignettes are brilliantly rendered, precisely inscribed—and always impossible to forget. Among her projects is a digital anthology, The Taste of Each , curated around references to oranges and bananas in various literary and artistic works across the world.
Born to Hmong refugees from Laos, she is the seventh daughter among her fifteen brothers and sisters. Fred Marchant was one of the first officers of the US Marine Corps to be honorably discharged as a conscientious objector during the Vietnam War.