We are thrilled to announce our fall installment of the Lone Glen series, featuring poets Genine Lentine and Linda Norton.  Join us at our home on the evening of Saturday, November 8th at 7:30 pm to celebrate inspiring poetry. We are located at 3132 Harrison Street in Oakland; look for the signs directing you through the side entryway that lead to the backyard and basement. Bring a friend and/or a libation to share; bring an open mind. We will provide wine, snacks, and mood lighting. Lone Glen is a quarterly writing, art, and performance series dedicated to promoting more community and support among artists of all disciplines. For more information, go to https://loneglen.wordpress.com/ We look forward to seeing you! Here are the authors’ bios:

Genine Lentine is the author of Poses: An Essay Drawn from the Model (Kelly’s Cove, 2012) and Mr. Worthington’s Beautiful Experiments on Splashes (New Michigan Press, 2010) and, and co-author with Stanley Kunitz of The Wild Braid: A Poet Reflects on a Century in the Garden (W.W. Norton, 2005). Recent work appears in The BafflerFunk & Wag, and the PEN Poetry Series. She received an M.S. in Theoretical Linguistics from Georgetown University and an M.F.A. in Poetry from New York University.  She’s the recipient of fellowships from Montalvo Arts Center, Headlands, Hedgebrook, and the University of Arizona Poetry Center. This fall she’s curating the RE@DS series at the Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive. She teaches at the San Francisco Art Institute and privately.  www.geninelentine.com

Poet, writer, and collage artist Linda Norton is the author of THE PUBLIC GARDENS: POEMS AND HISTORY (Pressed Wafer, 2011; with an introduction by Fanny Howe), a finalist for an LA Times Book Prize in 2012. Her work appears in four anthologies and her collages are on the covers of several books. Norton is currently completing two manuscripts: DARK WHITE (non-fiction) and COLORATURA. Chapters and poems from these works in progress have appeared or are forthcoming in the Fish Anthology (Cork, Ireland), Colorado Review, Zen Monster, Ambush, Eleven Eleven, and Berkeley Poetry Review. She recently returned from Ireland where her collages are on exhibit at the Dock Arts Center. She is a recipient of a 2014 Creative Work Fund grant. For more information, visit: http://thepublicgardens.blogspot.com/.

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We are thrilled to announce our fall installment of the Lone Glen series, featuring poets Genine Lentine and Linda Norton.  Join us on the evening of Saturday, November 8th! More details coming soon.