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SPECTRUM 10: TOP TEN L.A. POETS OF 2017 READING!

Join us for the SPECTRUM 10: TOP TEN L.A. POETS OF 2017 Reading. I will be reading with the other poet finalist; Jackie Chou, Kimberly Cobian, William P. Cushing, Rich Ferguson, Jeffry Michael Jensen, Raundi Kai Moore-Kondo, Clint Margrave, Jeanne Marie Spicuzza, and Carl Stilwell. We will be featured this Saturday at 3pm inside the Santa Catalina Branch Library on 999 E. Washington …

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“Words On Tour” (Poetry Walking Tour and Workshop) FREE EVENT

I will be participating in this wonderful event. Join us as local poets perform original pieces at historic locations including St. Paul’s First Lutheran School, Los Angeles Fire Dept. Station 60, and the Lankershim Train Depot and others, guided by poet PE and in collaboration with the LA Poet Society. Attendees will be encouraged to create their …

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Answer Poems

Answer Poems “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow” “Not just Tomorrow, But Always” Some days ago, David (My Husband) and I were in the garage listening to old records. Records he inherited from his late father. Carole King’s album Tapestry was playing in the background, and her version of “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow” …

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Upcoming Reading

Upcoming Reading

I will be reading tomorrow at CSUSB with my Coiled Serpent family of writers and other amazing writers. Details of the event are found below and on the attached flyer.   Thursday, November 17, 2016 CSUSB, Pfau Library, Room 4005 Potluck and Poetry Reading Celebrating Hispanic Poetry with Tia Chucha Poets from Los Angeleles reading …

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Grief

At the beginning of last month, August 6th, was the third anniversary of my father’s passing. This year, having just put my Aunt Ana to rest as well, that grief that August always brings with it, came early.  We laid my aunt to rest at the start of July, the grief was carried from July …

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