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Kathleen Winter

Kathryn Nuernberger and Kathleen Winter

15 NOVEMBER 2020 — sunday

Poetry Flash presents a virtual poetry reading by Kathryn Nuernberger, RUE and Kathleen Winter, Transformer, online via Zoom, free, 3:00 pm PST (Register to attend: please click here; you will receive an email with a link and information on how to join the reading)


MORE ABOUT THE READERS
Please join us for a Poetry Flash virtual event on Sunday, November 15 at 3:00 pm PST! We are excited to bring you a poetry reading by Kathryn Nuernberger and Kathleen Winter via Zoom. To register for this event, see the link in the event listing above. After you register, you will receive an email with a link and information on how to join the reading. Thank you for continuing to support Poetry Flash and our reading series during these unprecedented times.

This event is co-sponsored by Moe's Books, Berkeley. To purchase new books by these poets, go to: https://bookshop.org/lists/poetry-flash-readings

Kathryn Nuernberger's new poetry collection is RUE. Traci Brimhall says, "Kathryn Nuernberger's remarkable collection RUE asks what it means to know another person, how imagination and action intersect to shape our experiences of love and desire.…Among the book's questions concern the female body—who gets to control it and how, who imperils it and under what guise of professionalism or friendship, and what flowers let women control it for themselves." Nuernberger is also the author of The End of Pink, Rag & Bone, and the essay collections Brief Interviews with the Romantic Past and The Witch of Eye (forthcoming from Sarabande in 2021). Her awards include the James Laughlin Prize from the Academy of American Poets, an National Endowment for the Arts fellowship, and "notable" essays in the Best American series.

Kathleen Winter's new collection is Transformer. Dean Rader says, "…Kathleen Winter moves between the past and the present by magically weaving moments from her own life with those of figures like Henry VIII, John the Baptist, Wolfgang Beurer, and Hieronymus Bosch. That global vision extends to the settings of the poems as well.…Just as the poems travel through cities and countries, so too do they venture through a vast terrain of poetic forms and an array of emotional landscapes. Like the best journeys, everything in this book feels fresh yet purposeful. A tour de force, Transformer is a masterpiece of literary accomplishment." Winter's second book, I will not kick my friends, won the 2017 Elixir Poetry Prize, and her first book, Nostalgia for the Criminal Past, won the 2013 Texas Institute of Letters Bob Bush Award and the Antivenom Prize. Her awards include the Rochelle Ratner Memorial Prize and the Poetry Society of America's The Writer Magazine/Emily Dickinson Award. She is an associate editor with 32 Poems Magazine and teaches creative writing at Sonoma State University and Napa Valley College.




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  • Sally Love Saunders presents a one-hour poetry conference call, every third Thursday, where Saunders will read her poetry followed by comments from attendees, call in through Covia Well Connected, free, online, 10:00-11:00 am PST (Register with Covia here: covia.org/services/well-connected/, or call (877) 797-7299 to register)
  • Beyond Baroque Literary Arts Center presents South Asian Writers Resist, a reading in response to serious global issues such as immigration rights and the Black Lives Matter movement, featuring Tanzila "Taz" Ahmed, Neelanjana Banerjee, Torsa Ghosal, Arshia Haq, Sorayya Khan, Mahmud Rahman, and Shreerekha Subramanian, hosted by Sehba Sarwar, free, online, 6:00-7:30 pm PST (Register to attend: www.eventbrite.com/e/south-asian-writers-resist-tickets-133012270281)

22 JANUARY 2021 — friday

23 JANUARY 2021 — saturday

24 JANUARY 2021 — sunday

25 JANUARY 2021 — monday

26 JANUARY 2021 — tuesday

  • Cobalt Poets presents a reading featuring poet Julie Danho, open mic to follow, free, online via Zoom, 7:30 pm PST (Zoom link here: www.poetrysuperhighway.com/cobalt/calendar.html)
  • Join Poetic License Sonoma every fourth Tuesday for an evening of poetry readings featuring the nine poets that make up Poetic License Sonoma, Susanne Arrhenius, Jeffrey Bartfeld, Joseph Cutler, Paul DeMarco, Kusum Irene Jain, Leo McCloskey, Steve Trenam, Judith Vaughn, and Jaime Zukowski, this reading emceed by Jeffrey Barfeld, free, 7:00-8:30 pm PST (Register to attend: www.sebarts.org/literary-arts)
  • San Francisco State University presents the workshop, "Writing Sudden Fiction," led by essayist Lyzette Wanzer, attendees will learn to write flash fiction, workshop runs for six weeks from January 26 to March 2, $145, online, 12:30-2:00 pm PST (Enroll here: www.campusce.net/sfsu/course/course.aspx?C=691&pc=61&mc=&sc=)

27 JANUARY 2021 — wednesday

28 JANUARY 2021 — thursday

29 JANUARY 2021 — friday

30 JANUARY 2021 — saturday

  • The Ina Coolbrith Circle presents the 94th Annual Poets Dinner Contest, this year held online through Zoom, celebrating the winners of the following categories, Grand Prize: "Metaphysics" by Robert Eastwood; Beginnings and Endings: "My Husband Has Cancer" by Deborah Grossman; Humor: "Learning to Box at 70" by Judith Chibante; Love: "I Married in the Year of Assassinations" by Judith Chibante; Nature: "Yosemite Poem" by Dorothy Gilbert; People: "Facial Recognition" by Sam Hersh; Poet's Choice: "Gleaning Light" by Madeline Aranda; Spaces and Places: "The Camp Fire" by Dorothy Gilbert; and Theme-Climate: "Drought" by Sandra Anfang; join these poets and more as they read their poems, emceed by Louse Moises, Chair of the Poet's Dinner, free, online, 2:00-5:00 pm PST (For more information: www.coolpoetry.org)

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