18 September 2013

Upcoming Things of Interest

Wednesday, Sept 18: Publication Party for the Collected Poems of Philip Lamantia
OUT-there poetry & OUT-there jazz: Poets Clark Coolidge, Garrett Caples, and Andrew Joron (Caples and Joron are also the editors of the book), with bibliographer Steven Fama, plus music from OUROBOROS (Sheldon Brown & Joseph Noble, reeds; Andrew Joron, theremin; Clark Coolidge, drums)

Thursday, Sept. 19: Art in a Time of Climatological Catastrophes
sponsored by WEAD (Women Environmental Artists Directory)
China Brotsky Art Gallery
Thoreau Center for Sustainability
The Presidio of SF
Building 1016
1014 Torney Ave (at Lincoln)
Opening 5-8 pm
Sept. 19-Nov. 8

Saturday, Sept. 21: Cedar Sigo, Mary Burger & Writer-in-Residence Maisha Z. Johnson
9/21 @ 5pm
Aggregate Space Gallery
801 W. Grand Ave. (enter on West St) in Oakland

Saturday, Sept. 21: Lone Glen 8: Basement Poetry and Video, 3132 Harrison St., Oakland, CA
Please join us for poetry in the garden and videos in the basement with four talented creators. At 3:30 pm, the enchanting poets Tiff Dressen and Hazel White will read their work among the redwoods, and then we will explore our Victorian home's basement world with artist and filmmaker, Ellen Lake, followed by poet and videographer, Denise Newman.

Thursday, Sept. 26: way, a film by Konrad Steine (in collaboration with Leslie Scalapino)
6:30 & 8:00 pm @ Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
701 Mission Street (at 3rd Street), $10
co-sponsored by the Poetry Center and YBCA

Thursday Oct. 3: Rachel Levitsky and Latash N. Nevada Diggs
4:30 pm @ the Poetry Center, HUM 512, SFSU, free

Friday, Oct. 4: Readings by Latasha Diggs and Hazel White
Presented by the Writers Series at CCA (MFA Program in Writing)
195 De Haro at 15th Street Free and open to the public
More info: David Morini, dmorini@cca.edu or 415.551.9237

Friday, Oct. 4: Edward Dorn's Collected Poems
with Jennifer Dunbar Dorn, guests tba
7:30pm @ Subterranean Arthouse
2179 Bancroft Way, Berkeley
ADVANCE TICKETS $10 ($5 low-income at door, free to SFSU students, Poetry Center members)
featuring historic recordings of Edward Dorn
from Poetry Center Archives

Sunday, Oct. 6: Readings by Rachel Levitsky and Heriberto Yepez
Small Press Traffic
Artist Television Access

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