California's Wild Edge

Poets Dan Barth, Armand Brint, Christopher Douthit, Mary Norbert Körte, Linda Noel, and Theresa Whitehill will read their poems along with a favorite piece of writing from the current museum exhibit, California’s Wild Edge: the Coast in Poetry, Prints, and History. The book, illustrated with woodcuts by artist Tom Killion, includes poetry and prose by Gary Snyder and others.

Friday, September 22, 2017
7 to 8:30 pm
Grace Hudson Museum
431 South Main Street, Ukiah, CA 95482
Event is included with the price of museum admission

For more information: (707) 467-2836


Bringing Poems to Life: Armand Brint

“Bringing Poems to Life,” poetry workshop with Armand Brint
Emandal Farm Art Stay Poetry Workshop
Saturday, August 26 to Wednesday, August 30, 2017
Based on Armand’s newly published book of the same name
Beginners are welcome. To register for this residential workshop, go to or call (707) 459-5439.
For more information, email Armand:

Armand Brint

5-day workshop: Bringing Your Poems To Life with poet Armand Brint

September 14–18, 2016
Artstay Program, Emandal Farm, Willits, California

Link to information, emandal website

For information: contact Armand Brint, or Emandal Farm, or 707 459-5439

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):
call: 459-5439.

Consecutive Interpretation

Consecutive Interpretation: an Interactive Poetry Reading with Ukiah’s Poets Laureate
Dan Barth, David Smith-Ferri, Linda Noel, Armand Brint, Theresa Whitehill, and Bill Chuchill

7 o’clock pm
Thursday, August 28, 2014
Writers Read
Art Center Ukiah,
201 S State St, Ukiah, CA 95482

Link to pdf flyer

We are beginning the fall season of Writers Read Ukiah with a round-robin poetry reading from our Poets Laureate, to be followed by an open mic during which readers will have the opportunity to hear a poem “response” to their offerings. We are squirreling away our nuts for the coming winter.

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. For information, contact Bill Churchill: