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Poetry Coming Up This Week in Santa Barbara, Ventura, Los Angeles

February 27, 2010

SATURDAY: Tonight, Saturday February 27, is the last Saturday of the month. And that means it’s time for Friday on Saturday–the poetry series hosted by Friday Lubina at Bell Arts Factory, 432 N. Ventura Avenue. Tonight’s featured poet is Florence Weinberger; an open mic follows. The festivities begin at 7:30pm.

SUNDAY: Big Day for poetry in Santa Barbara!  Poet Enid Osborn invites you to come out for these two great readings:

4:00    CROW TALK! at Goleta Valley Community Center, Rm. 2, 5679 Hollister Ave., Free.Featured readers include: Cynthia Anderson, Bettina Barrett, Mary Brown, Marsha de la O, Suzanne Frost, William Gourley, Lois Klein, Noreen Lawlor, Teddy Macker, Enid Osborn, Edwin Shaw, Phil Taggart, and Paul Willis.

7:00    POETS FOR HAITI at Fe Bland Auditorium, SB City College, Cliff Drive, Donations to Haiti Soleil. Click on the image to enlarge for more details.

WEDNESDAY: Dolores Dorantes will travel from Ciudad Juárez, Sesshu Foster will travel from Alhambra and Jen Hofer will travel from Cypress Park to read poems, prose texts, and translations at Otis College of Art & Design this coming Wednesday, March 3 at 7:30 p.m. as part of the Graduate Writing Program Visiting Writers Series, Ahmanson Hall Forum, The Otis Goldsmith Campus, 9045 Lincoln Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA. 90045

P.S. Any visitor now I’m going to have 190,000 page views on my blog! Will you be #190,000 I wonder?

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