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Poesia, Musica y Meriendas: Los invitamos a compartir sus proprias ofrendas a Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe y el solsicio de invierno

Poetry, Music & Refreshments: We invite you to share your offerings celebrating the feast day of Our Lady of Guadalupe and the winter solstice

Sunday, December 10, 2017
5:30 to 8:30 pm
Grace Hudson Museum Community Room
105 North Main Street, Ukiah, CA 95482
Potluck refreshments

Presented by Jabez Churchill, Theresa Whitehill, the Grace Hudson Museum, and Writers Read Ukiah

For more information, contact Theresa Whitehill at poetry@coloredhorse.com
Para mas informacion, comuniquese a Jabez Churchill at jabezw@sonic.net

Flyer

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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
http://www.gracehudsonmuseum.org/new-events/2017/9/22/reading-the-waves-poetry-night

Avotcja

Thursday, May 25, 2017: Avotja
Link to Flyer pdf

Last Thursday in May in Ukiah, California

Writers Read Ukiah
Featured Readers: 7 pm, followed by 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)
Suggested donation: $5
Tea, coffee, and desserts provided

For Information, contact Series MC, Michael Riedell, innisfree@pacific.net

This reading series is sponsored in part by Poets & Writers, through a grant from the James Irvine Foundation and the Hearst Foundation. Additional support provided by an anonymous local writer, Colored Horse Studios, Michael Riedell, Bill “Jabez” Churchill, The Poet Laureate Committee of Ukiah, Art Center Ukiah, and donations.
A little history: Writers Read, founded by Susan Sparrow and Hal Zina Bennett of Tenacity Press, has been happening monthly on the last Thursday of the month since 1999 in Ukiah, California, starting at the Emerald Cafe, moving to the Saturday Afternoon Club, then to Colored Horse Studios for five years (2004-2009) and as of 2009, back almost full-circle to Art Center Ukiah’s annex, which is next door to the former location of the Emerald Cafe. Dan Barth and Theresa Whitehill co-produced the series with Susan and Hal for many years. As of August 2014, Bill Churchill took over producing the series with Theresa Whitehill as co-producer. As of January 2017, Michael Riedell has taken over hosting the series, with Theresa Whitehill and Bill Churchill as co-producers.

Linda Noel, poet

Linda Noel

Featured Poet
Writers Read Ukiah Series
Thursday, September 29, 2016
7 pm: Featured Reading
8 pm: Open Mic
Art Center Ukiah, 201 South State Street, Ukiah, CA 95482

Link to pdf poster: http://coloredhorse.com/poetry/pdf/Writers-Read-Ukiah-2016_0929-Linda-Noel.pdf

Suggested Donation: $5; Refreshments provided

For information contact: Bill Jabez Churchill, jabezw@sonic.net

Writers Read happens on the last Thursday of most every month and has been happening in Ukiah since 1999.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, the Poet Laureate Committee of Ukiah, an anonymous local writer, and donations.

Michael Riedell, Poet Laureate of Ukiah; photo, Dan Roberts

Michael Riedell, Poet Laureate of Ukiah 2016-2018; photo, Dan Roberts

Michael Riedell has been selected by the Poet Laureate Committee of Ukiah to service as Ukiah’s Poet Laureate for the 2016 to 2018 term. He will be presented to the Ukiah City Council in July to confirm the nomination.

Who is eligible to serve as Poet Laureate of Ukiah: Any adult who lives within the Ukiah Unified School District, and is an active published poet.

Selection Criteria: Prospective Poets Laureate will be evaluated based on the demonstrated skill of their craft, their publishing credits, experience presenting poetry in public, and experience in community work.

Selection Process: Members of the public are invited to send nominations for prospective Poets Laureate to P.O. Box 865, Ukiah, CA 95482 or email to bookem@pacific.net. The Poet Laureate committee will contact the nominees to request a representative sample of their work, a brief list of their recent publications, and a short statement regarding what they would like to accomplish as Poet Laureate. The committee will then screen the nominees and invite the most qualified for an interview. Based on the materials submitted, and the interview, the committee will recommend a new Poet Laureate for the Ukiah City Council’s approval.

For Further Information:Contact Dan Barth, member, Poet Laureate Committee of Ukiah, bookem@pacific.net, 707 367-6581