Friday, November 23, 2018

Upcoming Appearances: Literary Performances

Flash Fiction Forum
Wed., Jan. 9th, 2019, 7 p.m. 
Works (gallery)
365 S. Market St., San Jose

Hosted by Lita Kurth and Tania Martin
Reading with others TBA
Free admission. Books and refreshments for

Inside Story Time: Workarounds
Th., Jan. 17th, 2019, 7-9 p.m.
The Octopus
2101 Webster St., Oakland

Hosted by James Warner
Reading with Roman Muradov, Ralph Paone, and others
Free admission. Coffee, alcohol, food, and books for sale.

Trap Trauma & Transformation
Sun., Jan. 20th, 4 p.m.
Cove Studio
2040 Livingston St., Oakland

In conjunction with GraceGod the Collective's(Rohan DaCosta & Harriet Poznanski) multimedia art show Trap Trauma & Transformation, Moon Drop Productions will be hosting a reading with Music by DJ Jason Bayani. Readers are Andre Wilson, Gina Goldblatt, Vincent Calvarese, Melissa Jones, Giovanna Ortiz De Candia, Colleen McKee, Ruth Crossman, Sara Biel, Dena Rod, Kimi Sugioka, Riss Rosado, Shizue Seigel, Carol Dorf, Jennifer Lewis, C. Rock- AKA Cassandra Rockwook-Rice, Alexandra Naughton, Jenee Darden, Anna Allen, Tureeda Mikell, Guy Biederman, Abe Becker, Alexandra Kostoulas, Tawny Porter, Nazelah Jamison, Natasha Dennerstein. Hosted by Kelechi Ubozoe and Cassandra Dallett.

it will be a fabulous deep healing event in a special space. We will celebrate our survival and creativity in the face of much adversity.

Rolling Writers: Rolling in the 
Sat., May 25th, 2019, 6 p.m.
Rolling-Out Bakery

Hosted by Jon Sindell
Reading with Daniel Ari, Peter Bullen, 
    Michael Crabtree, B. Lynn Goodwin, Kurt
    Luchs, Jon Sindell, James Warner, and Maw
    Shein Win
Free admission. Food, coffee, and books for 

Featured Writer, Poetry at the 
Frank Bette Center for the Arts
1601 Paru St., Alameda, CA
Hosted by Jeanne Lupton
Reading with another featured writer TBA 
    with an open mic for any kind of creative
    expression to follow.
Free admission though they pass the hat. 
    Books and art for sale.

Monday, September 3, 2018

Where to Find My Books

The Kingdom of Roly-Polys is now available at the following fine locations:

The Beat Museum Bookstore,540 Broadway, San Francisco

Issues, 644 40th St., Oakland, across from MacArthur BART, on the local author shelves in the back (more like zine boxes)

The Paperback Exchange, Ville delle Oche, 4R,
Florence, Italy. (This is not exactly a paperback exchange anymore but a full-service, English-language bookstore with new and used books.)

Are We Feeling Better Yet? Women Speak About Healthcare in America, co-edited with Amanda Crowell Stiebel, is still available through Amazon

Friday, August 17, 2018

Past Appearances

Perfectly Queer: Great Gift Books!
Tues., Dec. 11th, 2018, 7 p.m.
Dog-Eared Books in the Castro
489 Castro St., San Francisco

Hosted by Wayne Goodman and Richard May
Reading with Sumiko Saulson and Jim 
Free admission.Books for sale. 

11th Annual Beat Museum Poetry    Festival
Sat., Sept. 29th or Sun., Sept.    30th

The Beat Museum
540 Broadway, San Francisco

Two days of poetry and music, hosted by 
Corman-Roberts and Fred Dodsworth. (I will
read on one of these days--day and time
List of readers TBA.
Free with museum admission ($5 for students
and seniors, $8 for other adults). Booksfor sale.  

Alt Beast
Sat., Oct. 6th, 12-5 p.m.
Mosswood Park, Oakland
Near MacArthur BART
Reading times for writers (including me) TBA.
Collectives and authors include: Association
   of Black and Brown Writers, hosted by
   Vernon Keeve III; Be About It Press, 
   hosted by Alexandra Naughton, with Jesse
   Prado and Riss Rosado; Rag Zine, with
   editor Cassandra Rockwood-Rice, Audrey T.
   Williams, Amos White, Sharon Coleman, 
   Laura Close; The Intrinsically Difficult
   Collective, curated by Alex Smith; Paul
   Corman-Roberts, and others TBA.

On the Cusp at Litquake SF
Sat., Oct. 20th, 5 p.m.
3121 16th St, San Francisco

Hosted by Allison Landa
With other writers TBA
Free. Drinks and books for sale

Friday, February 16, 2018

Spring and Summer Appearances

Reading with Lee Foust, moderated by David 
Tues., Mar. 27th, 6:30-7:30 p.m.
St. Mark's Florence, Italy
Via Maggio 16, 50125 Firenze

Free; books for sale

Reading at William Taylor Jr.'s book launch      for From the Essential Handbook on 
    Making It to the Next Whatever
Fri., Apr. 6th, time TBA
The Beat Museum, 540 Broadway, San Francisco

Cassandra Dallett will also read.
Free; books for sale. 

Featured reader at Poetry Express
Mon., July 23rd, 7 p.m.
Himalayan Flavors, 1585
     University Ave., Downtown

Also includes an open mic.
Free. Dinner and books for sale. 

Rolling Writers--Love
Sat., July 28th, 6 p.m.
Rolling Out Bakery, 
1722 Taraval St., San Francisco

It's R-Dub Love, Rolling Writers’ evening of lit and music on romantic love. Featuring Anna Allen, Book Of Jones, Michael Crabtree, Rebecca Gomez Farrell, Sarah HaBa, 
B Lynn Goodwin, Colleen McKee, Carina Mifuel, Sarah Paris, Sandra Wassilie, and Wax Moon.

Free. Food, drinks, and books for sale. 

Flash Fiction Forum
Wed., Aug. 8th, 7 p.m.
Works Gallery
365 South Market St., San Jose

Authors and Works 
1.      Hugh Behm-Steinberg, “Bibles” published in Atticus Review.
2.      Colleen Mckee, “The 59 Cent Pad of Paper” published at 
3.      Jade Bradbury, “What’s Sauce for the Goose”
4.      Elizabeth Nguyen, “T-T-T-Telephone”
5.      Sarah Hinkle, “Family Aptitude Test”
6.      Lita Kurth, “Bed Bath and Beyoncé
7.      Anne Sconberg, “Gin and Thin”


8.      Bob Dickerson, “Stagecraft”
9.      Tarn Wilson, “A Single Mother’s Survival Guide: Money”
10.   Rob Pesich, “Apologies to “Caenorhabditis elegans”
11.   Michelle Myers, “Hair”
12.   Tara Ganguly, “Yes I’m Getting a Puppy”
13.   Bill Kalogeros, “Flight Behavior”
14.   Jared Nardone, “Number of Life” published in Red Wheelbarrow2018
15.   Heidi Eisips. “Mechoniot” (Cars)

Free; beer & soda for sale. 

Thursday, January 11, 2018

2018 Appearances: Writing & Music

On the Cusp: Resolutions Gone Wrong

Wed., Jan. 31st, 7:30-9:30 p.m.
The Bindery, 1727 Haight St., San Francisco

Memoir reading on beautiful mistakes. I'll read with Joseph Kim, Christine No, and Tony Press. Curated by Allison Landa.

$5 in advance, $10 at the door. Books for sale.

Rolling Writers: Mash-Up

Tues., Feb. 13th, time TBA (evening)
The Octopus Salon, 2101 Webster St. (at 22nd in BARTable Downtown Oakland)

I will sing from Shakespeare's Othello; others will do literary and musical performances.

Free; books, food, coffee, & drinks for sale.