San Jose Poetry Festival on September 18 at History Park San Jose
This was a phenomenal day of poetry events with over one hundred poets and poetry lovers participating throughout the day.
Congratulations and gratitude to Poetry Center San Jose and the stellar crew of volunteers and event coordinators for such a tremendous lift in making it happen!
If next year’s festival encounters the same hot weather, it’s been suggested that the theme could be “Poets in Heat” (pun intended!)
The Spoken Word Lounge at Anne & Mark’s Art Party on September 24-25
Santa Clara County and South Bay Area City Poets Laureate (former & current) met to share poetry, food, wine, projects, project ideas and lots of laughter. Thank you, Sally Ashton, for hosting us! Looking forward to the next gathering.
New Stuff! SUNDAYs, 6-8pm
Please come out to the new weekly open mic! This Sunday, October 2nd, it will be hosted by the fabulous Lorenz Dumuk.
POETree Pop Up Project will be at Day on the Bay Multicultural Festival from 10am to 1pm, Sunday, October 9th. Come out and create the POETree!
Here’s one poem seeded by Summer POETree participants:
October 6th – 9th
OCTOBER 6-9, 2016. In the tradition of Ireland’s famous Writers’ Week in Listowel. Enjoy readings, speaker events, panel discussions and in-conversation events with some of today’s top writers in the charming town of Los Gatos.
Tuesday, October 11, 7pm
Details on Facebook event page.
Meet Cupertino Poet Laureate Ann Muto and check out her poetry happenings!
Ann will be reading next on Thursday, October 13th, 7pm at the Cupertino Library:
She is also leading Poetry Memoir workshops:
Saturday, October 15, 6pm
If you will be at LitCrawl SF, add us to your list of stops! I’m honored to be reading with Cristina Garcia, Andrew Lam, Nick Taylor and Andrew Tucker, with editor-in-chief Cathleen Miller as emcee.
More October events from Poetry Center San Jose:
More October events from Mighty Mike McGee & his Sweet Home San Jose event list:
Details on the Facebook event page
A Few Light Poems Media Poetry project led by David C. Perez