Poetry on Sunday @ Carnegie
February 25 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Our Poetry on Sunday quarterly reading series at Carnegie Arts Center in Turlock continues on February 25th at 2 pm in the Gemperle Gallery–click here or on the image at right to view the PDF flyer.
Featured readers for the February reading:
Ann Williams Bailey has been a part of the Central Valley writing community since the early 1970’s, collaborating with other writers, artists, and various creative organizations. She has been an enthusiastic participant in writers’ groups, small presses, ekphrastic shows, writing retreats, and, for ten years, spoken word performances in collaboration with Stockton’s New Dance Company, both locally and in the Bay Area, including the San Francisco Legion of Honor. Given the option, she prefers to paint portraits and write landscapes.
A native Californian, Brian Wright is a retired high school English teacher who divides his time between the Bay Area and the Sierra Nevada. His poems appear in More Than Soil, More Than Sky: The Modesto Poets and several local publications including 4 More. He is active in The Healing Power of Writing, a Bay Area Writer’s group comprised of cancer survivors and caregivers.
Marisol Baca is the author of Tremor from Three Mile Harbor Press. She has been published in Narrative Northeast, Riverlit, Shadowed: An Anthology of Women Writers, and others. She received her Master of Fine Arts from Cornell University, where she won the Robert Chasen Poetry award. Currently, Marisol is an English professor at Fresno City College.