Hay(na)ku Exhibition at the San Francisco Public Library
By the Filipino American Center, Third Floor
100 Larkin Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
This is a reprise of the Hay(na)ku Exhibit Celebrating its 15th Year Anniversary; More information HERE.
Luisa A. Igloria and Eileen Tabios in Conversation: On Being Prolific
Luisa A. Igloria and Eileen Tabios are not just multi-awarded authors with numerous books. The expanse of their prolific output creates its own dimension worth exploring for its impact on the literary life. Luisa has written (at least) one poem a day for almost 13 years to date; this daily writing practice has resulted in five books and four chapbooks. Eileen has widened poetry’s expanse to encompass other genres and invented poetry forms that poets can use to create new poems for the rest of time. Join the conversation between these two writers as they explore the related subjects of time, scale, abundance (versus "output"), and finding what works best for their creativity and process.
Eileen Tabios @ Tenderloin Museum (Kelsey Street Press Reading)
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