Writers Read at Fallbrook Library Presents Ruth Nolan

Ruth Nolan, chronicler of the California desert, will read and discuss her writings, October 11, 2016

Ruth Nolan writes about the California desert. Her fiction and nonfiction writing and poetry have been published recently in Rattling Wall; Desert Oracle; Women’s Studies Quarterly; Rhino Baby; News from Native California; Sierra Club Desert Report, Lumen and The Desert Sun, Palm Springs.

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Writers Read at Fallbrook Library Presents Poet Karla Cordero

Spoken word artist reads from her new collection on Tuesday, September 13

Karla Cordero is the 2015 recipient of the Spoken Word Immersion Fellowship for writers of color from The Loft Literary Center and recipient of the Global Diversity Award at San Diego State University. Cordero curates Voice For Change and hosts writing workshops for undocumented migrants in shelters located in Mexicali, Mexico.

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Readings from the San Diego Poetry Annual 2015-2016

Readings from the 2015-20916 collections

The San Diego Poetry Annual, published by Garden Oak Press, contains the work of poets from throughout the San Diego County region and beyond. The Annual includes two volumes: one bilingual Spanish-English volume, and one of poetry in English. The new edition includes an eclectic group of poets, including our first Latino U.S. Poet Laureate, Juan Felipe Herrera, who was raised in Escondido.

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Writers Read: Parenting a Transgender Child

Writers Read at Fallbrook Library, Tuesday, June 14, from 6 to 7:30 p.m.

Hillary Whittington is a San Diego County resident and author of Raising Ryland: Our Story of Parenting a Transgender Child with No Strings Attached (William Morrow, February 23, 2016). Part memoir, part instructive lessons, Raising Ryland tells her family’s story of her son’s transition from female to male.

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Writers Read Presents Norman Fischer

reading from and discussing Magnolias All At Once, poetry

Norman Fischer is a prolific poet and essayist, and Zen Buddhist priest and teacher from the San Francisco Bay Area.  A graduate of the University of Iowa Writer’s Workshop, he was associated with the lively Bay Area avant-garde poetry scene in the late 1970s, and has continued to write and publish steadily since then.

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