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Alley Presents Poetry: VC Faculty Event 4/23

April 23, 2015

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Tonight Thurs. April 23,  I will be presenting a short set of poetry as part of the Second Ventura College Faculty and Staff Professional Colloquium.

In addition, several students from one of my classes were interviewed by Jaclyn Walker for her presentation which examines student voice in the college classroom. So I am excited (and a little nervous!) about what is said in that one! I may post the video here when I can access it.

Also in the program are Business Professor Jim Spencer, English Professor Deborah Pollock, Political Science Professor Robert Porter, and District Marketing expert Dina Pielaet.

The free event starts at 6pm in Guthrie Hall near the gym. The college is located at 4667 Telegraph Rd, Ventura, 93003. A reception sponsored by the Ventura College Foundation follows. Hope to see you there!

PS Need more poetry? Every Thursday there’s poetry from 730-9pm at EP Foster Library located on Main in downtown Ventura. Usually there’s a feature followed by an open mic; as always students of mine can get extra credit by attending and writing about it and we may even be showing up with work of our own in the coming weeks! Future features are:

April  23        Stan Brown’s birthday reading
April  30        OPEN Mic
May 6          Christine Kravetz
May 14        Lisa Sewell and Andrea Carter Brown
May 21        Amy Uyematsu (love her work!!)

 

 

 

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