Join us on August 23rd at Works/SJ Gallery (or live on our Zoom platform) for fabulous flash readings and festivities! The community FFF gained over the years of providing a spoken word space has enriched our lives, and we want to thank all our talented readers. And also, Joe Miller for providing a great space, designing our gorgeous anthology, and implementing our Zoom platform, which kept us going through the pandemic. It’s all flashed by so fast, but we’ve loved every minute of the ride. We hope to see you there!
Thank you Tarn Wilson for donating a copy of “In Praise of Inadequate Gifts” (Wandering Aengus Press) for our book give away! And to Deborah Kennedy who brought along free copies of her book Nature Speaks: Art and Poetry for the Earth (White Cloud Press).
Authors & Works:
Jennifer Lauren, “Dancing With Madonna”
Peter Carroll, “Second Thoughts”
Veronica Montes, “When He Is,” first published in Leon Literary Review and forthcoming in her chapbook, I’m Not Lost.
Julie Kitzenberger, “The Kitty Medium”
Johannah Seah, “Public Pool”
Keith Mark Gaboury, “Corporate Fox”
Aline Soules, “The Fixer”
Dave Denny, “Among Impressionists”
Jeanne Ichnowski, “Ironing Board Bier”
Deborah Kennedy, “Enlightenment at the Republic Cafe”
Join us on November 4th at Works/SJ as part of First Friday’s Art Walk in downtown San José. The new gallery space is located at 38 South Second Street. We’ll have some readings from our beautiful new Anthology, substance’s to graze on, and various goings on. The readings will likely start around 7pm. More details to come. Be present! Come support your writer’s community!
Our October 19th’s FFF was held in Works/SJ’s brand new space on Second Street, downtown San José. We had a fun hybrid experience with some readers up at the podium and some on Zoom, projected up on the wall. We had a great Zoom audience, but we’re so happy we can give our Zoom readers real applause from the folks in the gallery; there’s nothing like the sound of laughter and clapping hands. As always, thanks to Joe Miller and Works/SJ for supporting our series.
AUTHORS & WORKS:
Paul Juhasz, “Row”
Douglas Trevor, excerpt from”The Detroit Frankfurt School Discussion Group.” published in Ploughshares Solo vol. 4
Niles Reddick, “”Who’s Going to Pray for Me Now?” published in Anti-Heroin Chic and again in Yellow Mama
Priscilla Thomas, “Red,” published in the Interstellar Lit Review