Lone Glen VII– POETRY in Oakland

May 28, 2013

Join us at 2:30 pm on Saturday, July 6th at our new venue in the east bay to bask in the poetics of Jessica Baran, Susan Scarlata, and Bronwen Tate.  We anticipate a sunny and warm Oakland afternoon that will make a garden reading a lovely way to embrace our newly relocated Lone Glen home.  We contend that this space is much more palatable than the last because almost everyone can appreciate an 1890s Victorian and hovering redwood trees (growing so far away from Mission hipsterville, no less).  Please consider donating a beverage or snack IF you have the means, and most definitely bring along some art loving companions!  We will have some wine and whatnots for you, too.  Find us at 3132 Harrison Street 94611, near Lake Merritt, about a mile from BART (or enjoy fairly easy parking).  Here are more details about these inspiring poets:

Jessica Baran is the author of the poetry collections “Equivalents” (winner of the Besmilr Brigham Women Writers Award, Lost Roads Press, 2013), “Remains to be Used” (Apostrophe Books, 2010) and as well as the poetry chapbook, “Late and Soon, Getting and Spending,” (All Along Press, 2011). She lives in St. Louis, Missouri, where she is a teacher, freelance art writer and co-curator of the fort gondo poetry series.

Bronwen Tate is the author of the chapbooks Souvenirs (Dusie 2007), Like the Native Tongue the Vanquished (Cannibal Books 2008), Scaffolding (Dusie 2009),  if a thermometer (dancing girl press 2011), and the loss letters (Dusie 2011). She is completing a dissertation on poetic scale as a PhD candidate in Comparative Literature at Stanford University. She makes her friends hungry on her blog (http://breadnjamforfrances.blogspot.com) and writes new poems with her one-year-old son and two typewriters.

Susan Scarlata’s book It Might Turn Out We Are Real, is out with Horse Less Press. She has taught writing from Wyoming to Hong Kong and many places in between. Scarlata holds degrees from Brown and the University of Denver, and is the Editor of Lost Roads Press. New work is forthcoming in The Denver Quarterly, 1913 and the Van Gogh Gogh anthology.

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