Lone Glen FIFTEEN: Sunset Garden Reading

May 18, 2015

ItchJoin us for an evening of poetry in our garden at 7:15 pm on Saturday, 13 June. We are honored to host Bay Area poets Lily Brown and Steven Seidenberg, and we hope you come out to hear their intoxicating work. Music provided by Dusty Shores, aka Michael Eberhard. Libations and snacks will also be provided, and donations are appreciated (if you have the means). Find us at 3132 Harrison Street, Oakland; look for the entryway to the backyard by the side of the house. Lone Glen is a quarterly reading, art, and performance series dedicated to promoting support and enthusiasm within the art community of the Bay Area and beyond. Learn more about these artists: Michael Eberhard: Dusty Shores, aka Michael Eberhard, currently spins monthly at the Royale Bar in San Franciscso. Michael has been a DJ in San Francisco since 1998, playing at the Noc Noc, Cafe Du Nord, and the Edinburgh Castle. Lily Brown Lily Brown writes and teaches in the Bay Area. She is the author of Rust or Go Missing (Cleveland State University Poetry Center, 2011) and several chapbooks, including The Haptic Cold (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2013). Her poems have appeared recently in Green Humanities, A Public Space, and Jubilat. Steven Seidenberg Steven Seidenberg is the author of Itch (RAW ArT Press, 2014), Null Set (Spooky Actions Books, 2014) and Songs of Surrender (Gummi-Geliebter Verlag, 2013). He co-edits pallaksch.pallaksch. (Instance Press), an annual anthology of new poetry, is a member of Right Window artist’s collective, and curates poetry events and publications at The Lab in San Francisco.

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