Poetry Reading by Q.R. Hand
Rosenberg Library Room R305
February 21, 2017 12:40-2:00
Free and open to the public!
Q.R. Hand, Jr. Originally published in the 1968 classic, Black Fire: An Anthology of Afro American Writing, he is the author of three poetry books, i speak to the poet in man, how sweet it is and whose really blues, new & selected poems . He has recently been anthologized in The Outlaw Bible in American Poetry, An Eye For An Eye Makes the Whole World Blind, Poets on 9/11, and New American Underground Poetry.
This reading is being sponsored by the Concert and Lecture series as part of the African American History Month celebration.
Two of CCSF’s Creative Writing faculty, Xochiquetzal Candelaria and Jen Sullivan Brych, will be reading at Litquake events this week!
Look Again, Faces on the Wall; Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts
When: Oct. 16 @ 7:00PM
Where: Mission Cultural Center; 2868 Mission St.
Description: Artists widen the scope of time capturing and releasing a moment. Hear this group talk about creating art that persists and emboldens in this era of displacement. Includes screening of Anatomy of a Mural, Rick Goldsmith’s 15-minute film about the creation of the Mission Cultural Center’s mural. Donations accepted at the door.
Jen Sullivan Brych
When: Oct. 17th @ 8:30PM
Where: Adobe Books; 3130 24th St.
Description: anthology presents a collection of inspiring, compelling, humorous, and beautifully crafted poetry and fiction for those hungry for striking language and captivating voices.
Please join Forum and City College’s Creative Writing department for a night of Poetry with D.A. Powell. The reading will be held at The Mission Campus(22nd and Valencia) Room 107/108. The reading will be followed by an Open Mic with beverages and food.