Joshua McKinney’s Summer Eco-Poetics Class III Monday, August 22 @ 7:30 III SPC

August 19, 2016

Joshua McKinney’s Summer Eco-Poetics Class FEATURING: Stan Zumbiel taught English in middle and high school for thirty-five years and has had a hand in raising four children. He sat on the board of the Sacramento Poetry Center for twenty-five years. In 2008 he received his MFA in Writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts. Previously his […]

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Geoffrey Nutter and Crawdad Nelson

August 15, 2016

Geoffrey Nutter and Crawdad Nelson Wednesday, August 17 at 7:30 PM 1719 25th Street Host: Tim Kahl Geoffrey Nutter grew up in Sacramento and lives in New York City. His latest book, Cities at Dawn, will be out from Wave Books in the fall. His other books are A Summer Evening, Christopher Sunset, Water’s Leaves […]

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Sam Pierstorff – Hot Poetry in the Park! ||| Mon, Aug 15, 7:00 pm ||| Fremont Park, 16th & Q Street

August 11, 2016
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New Release – Red Indian Road West ||| Mon, Aug 8 @ 7:30 pm ||| SPC 1719 25th St

August 4, 2016

Linda Noel is of Koyoonk’auwi (Concow) descent and grew up in Mendocino County. She is Poet Laureate Emeritus of Ukiah, CA. Her work has been included in many anthologies and she has a chapbook titled Where You First Saw the Eyes of Coyote. She resides in Mendocino County. Winter Within Winter glimmers before me Lonely […]

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Sue Daly and Dan Brenner III Monday, August 1 @ 7:30 pm III SPC, 1719 25th Street

July 28, 2016

Sue Daly’s poetry has been published in “The Clinical Update,” “Survivorship,”  “The Literary Humanist,”  “When the Light Changes,”  “Brevities,” and “Poetry Now.”  Her work will be included in two anthologies due out in 2017. Sue facilitates a Poetry Workshop at Wellspring Women’s Center in Sacramento. She has an interest in empowering women to find their […]

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Molly Fisk and Randy White ||| Monday, July 25, 7:30 pm ||| SPC, 1719 25th St

July 20, 2016

Host: Rhony Bhopla  

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