Friday, Oct 26, 2018 7:00 PM
2476 Telegraph Ave, Berkeley, CA
An especially auspicious line-up of poets will read at the fall/winter launch. Come early, meet the publishers and poets and have a glass of wine. There's nothing like an Omnidawn party!
Readers and Titles:
Tyrone Williams, author id As iZ teaches literature and theory at Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio. He is the author of several chapbooks and five books of poetry: c.c., On Spec, The Hero Project of the Century, Adventures of Pi, and Howell.
Julie Carr, author of Real Life: An Installation, is the author of six books of poetry, including 100 Notes on Violence, RAG, and Think Tank. Carr is an Associate Professor at the University of Colorado in Boulder. With Tim Roberts she is the co-founder of Counterpath Press, Counterpath Gallery, and Counterpath Community Garden in Denver.
Luis Moctezuma, author of Place-Discipline, is a Mexican-American poet, instructor, and academic researcher currently completing a PhD in English at the University of Chicago. His work has been published in Jacket2, Big Bridge, FlashPoint, and elsewhere. He was born in San Gabriel, CA.
Sara Mumolo is the author of Day Counter. Her previous book is Mortar. Her poems have appeared in 1913: a journal of forms, Action Yes, Entropy, Lana Turner, PEN Poetry Series, Typo, and Volt, among others. She serves as the associate director for the MFA in Creative Writing program at Saint Mary’s College of California.
Steve Dickison, author of Inside Song, teaches at San Francisco State University, where he directs The Poetry Center, and at California College of the Arts. His work has appeared in SFMOMA’s Open Space, BAX 2015: Best American Experimental Poetry, and Bomb, which awarded him the 2014 Poetry Prize. He was born and raised in Northern Minnesota.
Norma Cole is a poet, translator, and visual artist. Her books of poetry include Actualities, Where Shadows Will, and Win These Posters and Other Unrelated Prizes Inside. Born in Toronto, Canada, Cole lives in the sanctuary city of San Francisco.