Thursday, May 22, 2003

Cassie! Kasey! Cassie! Kasey!

You are invited to
Friday Night Readings
at David & Diane's apartment

695 35th Ave. #204
San Francisco

enjoy your favorite poets in a cozy environment with refreshments and friends... bring some beer, wine, or a snack

coming up:
Friday, May 30, 7.30pm ˆ Owen Hill and Alex Blasdel
Owen Hill is the author of six books of poetry and the „poet detective‰ mystery novel The Chandler Apartments, chosen by the Chicago Tribune as one of the best mysteries of 2002; Alex Blasdel attended Deep Springs and will leave this fall to study ancient Greek at Oxford.

Friday, June 13, 7.30pm ˆ K. Silem Mohammad and Cassie Lewis
K. Silem Mohammad is the author of Deer Head Nation (Tougher Disguises, 2003) and hovercraft (Kenning, 2000). Kasey has poems, essays, and reviews in recent or forthcoming issues of 88, Antennae, Aufgabe, Combo, The Hat, Kiosk, New American Writing, Poetry Project Newsletter, The San Jose Manual of Style, Syllogism, and VeRT. He lives and teaches in Santa Cruz. His blog can be found at Cassie Lewis is originally from Melbourne, Australia, and has lived in the Bay Area since 2000. Her most recent chapbook is Winter District (Potes & Poets). She runs an e-mail discussion group, Poetry Espresso, and publishes the Postcard Poem series.

Public trans: From downtown San Francisco, take the 38 Geary or the 31 Balboa, and get off at 35th Ave. Driving: drive to 35th and Balboa, park; my building is the big one on the northwest corner of the street. Ring the buzzer for apartment 204. NOTE: the phone will be turned off after 8pm, so don‚t be late!!!

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