Tebot Bach Poetry Readings Monthly Meeting Friday, May 30, 2014, 7:30 p.m.
Featured: Larry Duncan & Tim Perez
Golden West College
15744 Golden West St.
Huntington Beach, CA
Poetry Reading & Workshop with Larry Duncan & Tim Perez. Larry Duncan lives in the smallest apartment in Long Beach where he writes, drinks and wakes at an ungodly hour everyday to go to work. He received his M.F.A. from California State University, Long Beach. Tim Perez attended California State University Long Beach, where he graduated in 1999 with an MFA in creative writing. He teaches English at Santiago High School in Corona. His first book, The Savagery of Bone, came out in July 2013 from Moon Tide Press. Public invited to free event. Time: 7:30 sign up to read your poetry. 8 p.m. program begins. Location: Golden West College, Community Room 102, 15744 Golden West St., Huntington Beach, CA Park at Gothard Street Entrance
One of Southern California's premier poetry clubs, Tebot Bach has created a
group that has not only gotten a grant to publish the works of homeless
people, their membership has published several books and continue to excel
in the art of the spoken and written word. If you are a poetry fan,
each month's events are top notch. Don't miss them!
To register, email Mifanwy Kaiser at firstname.lastname@example.org to let her know and to receive further instructions.
Huntington Beach, CA 92646
Marcia Cohee Book Release
Marcia Cohee received her MFA from the University of Massachusetts, where she studied under James Tate. She is the author of chapbooks as well as collections: "Sexual Terrain" (1986), "Laguna Canyon Was Once a River" (1991), and "Bonefire" (1996). More than 250 of her poems have appeared in literary magazines and anthologies. Active in the Southern California poetry community for many years, Marcia has taught workshops in both poetry and fiction, and has read at numerous veunes throughout California.
Carine Topal, teaches in Los Angeles. Since 1982, she has anthologized the poetry of special needs children. She participated in California Poets in the Schools. She was the Poet-in-Residence for the city of Manhattan Beach and Poet-in-Education for Manhattan Beach elementary schools. In 2004, she was nominated for a Pushcart Prize, and in 2005, awarded a residency at Hedgebrook, as well as a fellowship in St.
Kate Buckley, Laguna Beach, has served as the Executive Vice President for Castello Cities Internet Network since 1998. Kate Buckley's poems may be seen in The Heartland Review, New Southerner, The North American Review, Slipstream, and Spillway, and in the book, Tide Pools, an Anthology of Orange County Poetry. Buckley is a long standing member of Laguna Poets, founder of Women Poets of Laguna, and conducts workshops.
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