Please join us on Friday, Februray 7th from 7:30-9:30 pm
for a reading featuring Luiza Flynn-Goodlett, Will Vincent,
Joshua McKinney, and Veronica Kornberg!
author bios & photos below.
All of our readings are free & open to the public.
Snacks, wine & Lagunitas beer will be served.
365 45th Street | Oakland | 94609
Here's a map.
+ a huge thank you to our generous sponsors!
Luiza Flynn-Goodlett is the author of the forthcoming collection Look Alive, winner of the 2019 Cowles Poetry Book Prize from Southeast Missouri State University Press, along with six chapbooks, most recently Tender Age, winner of the 2019 Headmistress Press Charlotte Mew chapbook contest, and Shadow Box, winner of the 2019 Madhouse Press Editor's Prize. Her poetry can be found in Third Coast, Pleiades, TriQuarterly, and elsewhere.
Joshua McKinney’s most recent book of poetry is Small Sillion (Parlor Press, 2019). His work has appeared in such journals as Boulevard, Denver Quarterly, Kenyon Review, New American Writing, and many others. He is the recipient of The Dorothy Brunsman Poetry Prize, The Dickinson Prize, The Pavement Saw Chapbook Prize, and a Gertrude Stein Award for Innovative Writing. He is co-editor of the online eco-poetry zine, Clade Song. A member of Senkakukan Dojo of Sacramento, he has studied Japanese sword arts for over thirty years.
Veronica Kornberg is a poet based in Pescadero, on the Central Coast of California, a place of significance for the imagery and inspiration of her writing. Recipient of the 2018 Morton Marcus Poetry Prize, recent work has appeared or is forthcoming in Salamander, Spillway, Tar River Poetry, Crab Creek Review, Catamaran, Beloit Poetry Journal, The New Guard, New Ohio Review, and Swwim Every Day among many other journals. She is at work on her first book of poetry.