Reading as part of the Writer’s Voice Series
December 5th at 7:30 in Zingg Hall
Saturday, May 18th at 4:00
The Open Book 671 Maltman Drive
Grass Valley, CA 95945G
Come hear poet Ingrid Keriotis read from her new collection of poems, chat with local writers, and enjoy a glass of wine.
Tuesday May 14th at 6:00
Second Tuesday @ Barkin’ Dog in Modesto with poet Molly Fisk
FRIDAY, APRIL 26
3:00 TO 4:30 PM
READING WITH GAIL ENTREKIN, POS MOUA, LISA DOMINGUEZ ABRAHAM, AND INGRID KERIOTIS
Nevada City Winery
321 Spring St, Nevada City, CA 95959
Join four poets for a reading exploring the intersections of the human experience from a variety of perspectives. Gail Entrekin is Poetry Editor of Hip Pocket Press and Editor of the online environmental literary magazine, Canary. She will share some of the finest poems from Canary, featuring the work of a variety of poets, as well as reading her own poems. Pos Moua’s new collection, Karst Mountains Will Bloom, radiantly describes body and spirit, nature and desire, in poems that range from Southeast Asia to California. Lisa Dominguez Abraham’s new book, Coyote Logic, is “a visceral collaboration of feminism, Latinx origins, sensory celebrations, and fairy tale reimagining of our collective human story.” Ingrid Keriotis’ It Started with the Wild Horses speaks to the roles of mother, spouse, teacher, citizen and traveler while yearning for something beyond all roles.