THANKS SO MUCH TO ALL WHO JOINED ME FOR THESE RECENT READINGS!
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“DOUGLASS READS 3”
Kicked Some Serious Ask on
TUESDAY OCTOBER 21st
Last Laugh Cafe
1551 Dolores St. between 29th St. and Valley
San Francisco, CA 94110
Members of my Fall Session of "Douglass St. Lab" read an evening of discoveries to a full house while The Last Laugh's friendly owner/word lover dished up salads and sandwiches. .
"The Lab," which focuses on the prose experiment, is named after the street where the group meets. "Douglass Reads 3" featured short shots from the works-in-progress of:
Reading at "The Velvet Revolution"
Tuesday, October 28th
San Francisco State's long-running reading series is being curated this semester by poet/sometimes prose-r Hollie Hardy. What a thrill it was to read with two of my current students: Heather Papp and Johnny Stafford.
5 to 6:30pm
San Francisco State University
(Creative Arts Building, rm 158)
WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 12th
I attended a HUGELY successful book launch for Jenny Pritchett, author of At or Near the Surface, winner of the 2008 Michael Rubin Chapbook Contest published by Fourteen Hills Press soon to be available at SPD.
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 20th
What a joy! To read at the SFPL! With such great writers! Full house and a podium and everything. Thanks to Nona for inviting me at to SFPL for hosting and for all the folks who came out to hear Janis talk to Beverely from Letters to the Dead.
Locations: Main Library Latino/Hispanic B
Address: 100 Larkin St. (at Grove)
Library Sponsored Public Program
San Francisco State University (Queer) Creative Writing Faculty Writers:
Truong Tran and
UPDATE: The "Champagne and Other Movie Drinks" reading was a blast. I loved reading with Toni, Jeff, and Doug.
An audio recording of the excerpt I read can be found here: at Dublit.
Many thanks for all of you who came out to the event. It was on Wednesday 9/17 at 7:30 pm at:
2501 Bryant Street with
Here's a picture from a wonderful reading earlier this year at The Million Fishes Gallery with writer Leigh Gallagher. The dude with the hat in the window is yours truly. My friend Rick found this on the web.