Wednesday, September 29, 2010

SPT PRESENTS: A Community Writing Itself

Please join us for:

A Community Writing Itself: Conversations with Vanguard Writers of the Bay Area
including participation with Kathleen Fraser, Robert Glück, Michael Palmer, Camille Roy, Sarah Rosenthal, & Elizabeth Treadwell reading for Leslie Scalapino

in excitement for the new anthology edited by Sarah Rosenthal (Dalkey Achive, 2010)

Saturday October 9, 2010
event begins at 7:30 pm
Timken Lecture Hall, CCA SF
1111 8th Street, SF, CA 94107
$8-15; SPT members and students free

Readings by authors featured in the book
Q&A with audience members*
Wine, water and refreshments

You are invited to bring your own questions for Kathleen, Robert, Michael, and Camille, about any aspect of their work. Below please find a (not exhaustive!) list of links in case that's helpful as a starting point.

More about the project:

Sarah Rosenthal is the author of Manhatten (Spuyten Duyvil, 2009) and the chapbooks
How I Wrote This Story (Margin to Margin, 2001), sitings (a+bend, 2000), and not-
chicago (Melodeon, 1998). Her poetry has appeared in numerous journals including
ecopoetics, Bird Dog, textsound, dusie, and Fence, and is anthologized in Bay Poetics
(Faux, 2006), The Other Side of the Postcard (City Lights, 2005) and hinge (Crack,
2002). Her essays and interviews have appeared in journals such as Jacket, Denver
Quarterly, Rain Taxi, Otoliths, and New American Writing. She is the recipient of the Leo Litwak Fiction Award and grant-supported writing residencies at Vermont Studio Center,Soul Mountain, and Ragdale. An Affiliate Artist at Headlands Center for the Arts, she has taught creative writing at San Francisco State University and Santa Clara University as well as privately, and writes curricula for the Developmental Studies Center.

Kathleen Fraser:

Michael Palmer:

Camille Roy:

Robert Glück:

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