Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Reading at Books & Bookshelves: Amber DiPietra and Marjorie Stein

Thursday, April 5

Readings begin around 7:30 p.m.

Amber DiPietra is a poet who lives and works as a disability advocate in the Bay Area. Read about her embodied writing classes at www.writetoconnect.blogspot.com. Her work has been featured in anthologies such as the best-selling Beauty Is a Verb, and she recently presented a solo performance piece at the Museum of Modern Art in San Francisco. In 2011 Kenning Editions published Waveform, a chapbook-length poem written with Denise Leto.

Marjorie Stein was born in 1958 in rural southwestern Michigan. She traveled to San Francisco during spring break in 1978 and decided to stay. Marjorie lives in Santa Rosa, California, where she works as a sustainability analyst for green building design. She currently serves as an Assistant Editor for VOLT. Marjorie’s work has appeared in The Denver Quarterly, New American Writing, VOLT, zaum, Phoebe, Poetry Motel, Pavement Saw Press, and other publications. An Atlas of Lost Causes, published in 2011 by Kelsey Street Press, is her first book.

Books & Bookshelves is located at 99 Sanchez at 14th Street, in the Duboce Triangle, between the Castro and the Lower Haight. Readings are free but BYOB.

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