Second Sunday Poetry Series

Next Reading: Sunday, December 10, 2017
Group Poetry Reading

Curated by Barb Reynolds
3.30-5:00 PM

Lenore Weiss will receive her MFA this month from San Francisco State University where she is also a teaching assistant. Winner of the Clark-Gross Award (Paul La Farge) and the Robert Browning Dramatic Monologue contest, her poetry has been published in many journals. Books include Cutting Down the Last Tree on Easter Island (West End Press, 2012) Two Places (Kelsay Books, 2014) and The Golem (Hadassa Word Press, 2017).  Her blog resides at www.lenoreweiss.com.

Robert Williams worked for many years in community organizing, adult education and public policy in the areas of nuclear disarmament and economic justice. He then returned to his first love - teaching. He has been a high school English teacher for the past twenty years. Bob has read his poetry throughout the Bay Area. He and his wife, Nancy, raised their two boys right here in Albany, and he is happy to reading here at home.
 
George Lober is the author of two books of poetry, Shift of Light and A Bridge to There. His poems have appeared in numerous journals and e-zines, including Eclectic Literary ForumLilyQuarry West, and The Monterey Poetry Review.  He is a winner of the Ruth Cable Memorial Prize for Poetry and lives in Monterey, California. His poetry is available at www.georgelober.com

Read more about our Second Sunday Poetry Series and submit your poetry.

We have a very special reading planned for you on FEBRUARY 11TH, 2018:

KIM ROSEN, DAWN MCGUIRE, AND ALISON LUTERMAN will be our three featured poets for the month.
 

Please join us for an intimate reading with these very special poets.