The Tuesday Night Poets present:
730pm February 26: David Oliveira + 0pen mic
The Artists Union Gallery
330 California Street Ventura
host: Roe Estep
David Oliveira, former Poet Laureate of Santa Barbara, is currently living in Cambodia . He is known for luminous meditative poems that open into psychological depths. David was the publisher of Mille Grazie Press and was co-editor of Solo, a poetry journal. He also produced many poetry readings on the mid-coast, including the Santa Barbara Poetry Series at the Contemporary Arts Forum. David’s poems were published in the collaborative book of loss, A Near Country and is a co-editor of How Much Earth: An Anthology of Fresno Poets.
March 11: Chryss Yost; March 25: Lynne Thompson; April 1: Dorothea Grossman & Michael Vlatkavich
This Wednesday, February 27 from 12:45-1:45 in LS-8
The Oxnard College Speakers Series presents…
Title: What’s Happening on Earth: A Poetry Reading by Al Young
In celebration of African American History Month, Al Young, Novelist, Editor and California State Poet Laureate will read his original poetry and will speak from his heart and experience about creativity and human survival.
Al will be visiting Ventura College Mon. April 21 reading poetry and discussing poetics from 12-1245pm; reading prose and poetry from 130-230. An evening performance has been proposed also.
I found this quote in the LA Times F11 in a story about singer songwriter Mary Gauthier (she of the haunting tune “Mercy Now”):
“All you can write is what you see,” according to Woody Guthrie.
sometimes though we have to do research or deep, critical thinking in order to really see
as you prepare for your midterms, prepare your drafts, prepare for life, I urge you to try to really see.
I will be posting some events going on soon…