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Virtual Speaking Axolotl Reading and Open Mic
August 16 @ 8:00 pm PDTFree
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A monthly Latinx poetry reading series y open mic that happens every third Thursday (unless otherwise noted) in Nomadic Press’ Zoom account. Decolonized beats provided by the one-and-only L7. Hosted by el Pocho Poeta Josiahluis Alderete.
This month’s features are Susana Praver-Perez and Alan Chazaro
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Topic: Virtual Speaking Axolotl Reading and Open Mic
Time: Jul 16, 2020 08:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
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By day she works as a Physician Assistant and Associate Medical Director at La Clínica de la Raza in Oakland, California. By night she reads at poetry events across the Western hemisphere from San Francisco to San Juan. By nature, she’s a storyteller, relating that which she bears witness through her poetic lens. Susana studied poetry at Naropa Institute, UC Berkeley’s Poetry for the People and Berkeley City College from which she holds a Certificate in Creative Writing. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in multiple publications and anthologies including The Acentos Review, La Respuesta, Poets Reading the News, Borderlands Texas Poetry Review, Civil Liberties Untied, and Art Against Hate among others. Her first book of poetry, “Hurricane, Love Affairs and Other Disasters” is in the works.
Alan Chazaro is the author of This Is Not a Frank Ocean Cover Album (Black Lawrence Press, 2019) and the forthcoming Piñata Theory (Black Lawrence Press, 2020). He is a graduate of June Jordan’s Poetry for the People program at UC Berkeley and a Lawrence Ferlinghetti Fellow at the University of San Francisco’s MFA program. He is currently a creative writing adjunct professor in the Bay Area, and writes basketball stories as a founding editor at HeadFake.