Friday, March 10, 2017

Friday, April 7th @ 7:30 pm, featuring Jessica Moll, Shira Richman, and Caroline Knapp, plus art by Deb Hayden!

Please join us on Friday, April 7th @ 7:30 pm for a reading featuring Jessica Moll, Shira Richman and Caroline Knapp,
plus art by Deb Hayden!

Event is FREE.
Lagunitas beer, wine and snacks will be served.

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

+ gratitude & love to our sponsors:

Author bios and photos follow below.

Jessica Moll works as a project editor at University of California Press. Her first chapbook, It’s Not That Deep, will be published in spring 2017 by Steep Sea Press, based in Nuremberg. She writes prose and poetry, some of which has appeared in journals including Rattle, Sparkle & Blink, and VOLT. She lives with her partner in Oakland and can be found swimming in the shallows of the San Francisco Bay.






Shira Richman's poems have been published in journals such as Copper Nickel, The Pinch, Bayou, Crab Creek Review, Third Coast and Keyhole, and in her chapbooks Test Tube with a View (Finishing Line Press, 2016) and Eden Was Here (dancing girl press, 2014). She designs books for Racing Form Press and Burnside Review Press. She currently lives in Germany and teaches English at Friedrich-Alexander University in Erlangen.





Caroline Knapp is the author of Facture (2013), The Hunters Enter the Wood (forthcoming, 2017), and Tanzsprachen (forthcoming, 2017), all chapbooks in the Little Red Leaves Textile Series. Her poems have appeared in Jubilat, CutBank, Verse Daily, KelseySt.com, and Opon. She lives in Oakland.
Deb Hayden is a photographer, altered book artist and writer. The four pieces in this exhibit were entered in the Museum of Contemporary Art Altered Book Exhibit in Novato. Her book Pox: Genius, Madness, and the Mysteries of Syphilis (Basic Books, 2003) investigated syphilis in the lives of well-known historical figures.

4 comments:

Lea Kirschbaum said...

Looking forward!

Lea Kirschbaum said...

Looking forward!

Charlotte Salomon said...

Bist du bei mir, bist du bei mir
geh ich mit Freuden
zum Sterben und zu meiner Ruh
o wie verglueckt waer so mein Ende
es drueckten deinen schoenen Haende
mir die getreuen Augen zu!

Patricia Bidar said...

This is wonderful. I have q work thing at the same time....errgghhh.