Writers Read September 2015: Theresa Whitehill

Thursday, September 24, 2015
7:00 pm: Featured Reading, followed by break and open mic

Art Center Ukiah
201 South State Street
Corner of Church Street
(1 block south of Ukiah Court House on opposite side of the street)
Ukiah, CA 95482
Suggested donation: $5
Tea, coffee, and desserts provided

For Information, contact Writers Read series coordinator Bill Churchill, jabezw@sonic.net

This reading series is sponsored in part by Poets & Writers, through a grant from the James Irvine Foundation; additional support provided by Art Center Ukiah, an anonymous local writer, and donations.

Mendocino County poet Theresa Whitehill will participate as part of the Strawberry Creek Walk through the UC Berkeley campus, with 5 other poets reading at intervals during the walk; the Festival continues on the main stage at Civic Center Park.

Saturday, September 26, 2015

9:45 to 11:45 am: Strawberry Creek Walk (begins at Oxford and Center Streets) through UC Berkeley camps with 6 poets reading at intervals, along with a dance performance and a naturalist

12:00 noon to 4:30 pm: Civic Center Park, Berkeley: Main Stage Readings

For more information: http://poetryflash.org/programs/?p=watershed_2015

Post Event Notice:  Larry Penland taped and audio recorded the event.  Lorrain Dechter, his wife, will play parts on Women’s Voices on KZYX on Monday, August 31, 2015 at 7 pm.  It will also be streamed on kzyx.org


Theresa Whitehill will read her own poetry and that of Fionna Perkins as part of the program

Saturday, August 22, 2015

1:45 pm: program includes Fort Bragg Freedom singers along with historical and political presentations

August 6–8, 2015
College of the Redwoods Mendocino Campus
1211 Del Mar Drive, Fort Bragg, CA 95460

Registration opens March 15, some scholarships available

Website: http://www.mcwc.org/

Wednesday, August 26 to Sunday August 30
Residential Poetry Workshop with Armand Brint
Emandal Farm – 40 minutes northeast of Willits

“Bringing Your Poems to Life” is intended to help poets increase the impact of their work. Workshop includes lodging, gourmet meals, and cooling off in the Eel River. Financial aid and scholarships ARE available.

For information and enrollment
view (scroll down a bit to see the profile): http://emandal.com/artstays-i-2015/
email: info@emandal.com
call: 459-5439.