Sunday, February 19, 2017

Friday, March 3rd @ 7:30 pm, featuring Steffi Drewes, Laura Walker and Janice Sapigao!

Please join us on Friday, March 3rd at 7:30 pm for 
a reading with Steffi Drewes, Laura Walker and Janice Sapigao!

Event is FREE.

Snacks, wine and Lagunitas beer will be served.

Studio One Art Center | 365 45th Street | Oakland, CA | 94609
Here's a map.

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Author bios and photos follow below.

Steffi Drewes is the author of Tell Me Every Anchor Every Arrow (Kelsey Street Press, 2016) and the poetry chapbooks Magnetic Forest, Cartography Askew, and History of Drawing Circles. Her poems have appeared in various journals and in the anthology It’s night in San Francisco but it’s sunny in Oakland (Timeless, Infinite Light, 2014). She attended a writing and art residency at The Wassaic Project in New York last fall, and currently works as a freelance writer and editor in the Bay Area.

Laura Walker is the author of story (Apogee Press, 2016), Follow–Haswed (Apogee Press, 2012), bird book (Shearsman Books, 2011), rimertown/ an atlas (UC Press, 2008), and swarm lure (Battery Press, 2004), and the chapbook bird book (Albion Books, 2010). She has taught poetry at UC Berkeley Extension, San Francisco State University, and University of San Francisco. She grew up in rural North Carolina and now lives in Berkeley, CA. More information is available at

Janice Sapigao is a daughter of Filipina/o immigrants.  Her first book of poetry about her mom, microchips for millions, critiques the Silicon Valley and its exploitation of immigrant women workers. Her second book, like a solid to a shadow, about fatherlessness, grieving, and family lineages is forthcoming from Timeless, Infinite Light. She is a VONA/Voices and Kundiman Fellow, and the Associate Editor of TAYO Literary Magazine. If you want, you can learn more at

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