San Francisco's rollicking reading and performance series
Presents another night of literary delight…
Saturday, December 6, 2008, 7:00 p.m.
At Cantina SF (basement level)
Performances by Anne Shaw, whose debut poetry collection, Undertow, was the winner of the 2007 Lexi Rudnitsky Poetry Prize and presents an exploration of sexual desire, gender identity, and mortality, Kerry Donoghue, Pete Sheehy and Elizabeth Bernstein, Editor of The Big Ugly Review, introducing April Sinclair, author of the acclaimed novel, Coffee Will Make You Black and
Featuring acclaimed poet, essayist and fiction writer: Lola Haskins
Lola Haskins is the author of more than a dozen books including poetry, environmental writing, essays and collaborative projects including the combination of spoken word with other musical elements in performance. Among her awards are the Iowa Poetry Prize, the Writer Magazine/Emily Dickinson Award from the Poetry Society of America, and two NEA fellowships. Her latest publications include Not Feathers Yet: A Beginner's Guide to the Poetic Life, and Solutions Beginning with A, a collection of original fables about women.
Cantina SF is located at 580 Sutter Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
(between Hotel Rex and the Persimmon Cafe)
Come at 7:00. Reading and performances begin promptly at 8:00.
Cash bar exotica. Bring guests & forward to interested friends.
Babylon Salon is a reading and performance series sponsored by alumni of the University of San Francisco MFA in Writing program.
Your hosts: Timothy Crandle, Timothy B. Rien, Lindsay Tam Holland, Maury Zeff, and Laurie Doyle.
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Causes April Sinclair Supports
Alameda County Community Food Bank
Wardrobe for Opportunity