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Saturday, October 15 • 8:30pm - 9:30pm
SF Flor y Canto Presents Terremoto Twenty Sixteen: Poetry Beyond the Richter Scale

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Five poets who write about life on the fault line. A reading to shake the books off the shelves.

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César Love

Cesar Love regularly shares his poetry at Bay Area open mics. His new book of poems is titled "Birthright."
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Marguerite Munoz

Marguerite Munoz writes on the border of Berkeley and Oakland. She is the founder and producer of Voz Sin Tinta at Alley Cat Books under the sponsorship of Alejandro Murguia. Her work has been featured at Get Lit, Liminal, Poems Under the Dome, Cante Jondo, Literary Speakeasy, Cipacti... Read More →
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Tony Robles

Tony Robles is the author of Cool Don't Live Here No More: A Letter to San Francisco, Fingerprints of a Hunger Strike, and two children's books. In 2017, Tony was short-listed for San Francisco Poet Laureate. He is Board President of the Manilatown Heritage Project, and housing rights... Read More →
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Katie Tomzynski

Katie Tomzynski lives and writes in a yellow house in San Francisco. She is the co-founder & editor of Just Chugged Four Beers magazine.
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René Vazquez

Co-Curator, Voz sin Tinta
René Vazquez is a local Bay Area writer. He is the editor in chief of Cipactli journal, is the Co-Curator for the bilingual reading series Voz sin Tinta. He has a Master's degree in English from San Francisco State University, where he is an MFA candidate in fiction.


Saturday October 15, 2016 8:30pm - 9:30pm
Alley Cat Books 3036 24th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110

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