Kundiman West Reading @ Eastwind Books, Berkeley, Sunday July 11 3pm

Dear lovelies,

My last reading in the Bay area before I move out of California & for a good cause! Hope to see you there!

Please forward to SF bay folks – Kundi love on a Sunday afternoon!

In Solidarity: West Coast Kundiman Poetry Reading, Part 3

Sunday July 11
3:00 PM
Eastwind Books of Berkeley
2066 University Avenue, between Milvia St and Shattuck Ave
Berkeley, CA

Poetry Read by:

Lee Herrick, author of “This Many Miles from Desire”
Fuifuilupe Niumeitolu, co-editor of “Usos On Freeways: An Anthology of Pacific Islander Writers From/In the Continental United States”
Javier O. Huerta, author of “Some Clarifications y otros poemas”
Ching-In Chen, author of “The Heart’s Traffic”
Jai Arun Ravine, author of “IS THIS JANUARY”

Performance by: Jezebel Delilah X

Emceed by: Jai Arun Ravine & Margaret Rhee

This reading is a fundraiser for Kundiman, a non-profit organization that fosters emerging Asian American poets with an annual poetry retreat. We are raising funds for a Kundiman West Coast Scholarship Fund, which would support one Kundiman fellow from the West Coast to attend the retreat for free, as well as a community activist/poet. So far, we have raised $90.00 and hope to raise the full $300.00 by the
end of summer.

Eastwind Books of Berkeley has been serving the Asian American community since 1982 and welcomes people to attend this wonderful Kundiman event.

& Special Book Raffle!

Books donated by poets, Joseph O. Legaspi, Oliver de la Paz, Ching-In Chen, Lee Herrick, & Truong Tran!!! Give from the Heart and Win Big!!!


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One Response to “Kundiman West Reading @ Eastwind Books, Berkeley, Sunday July 11 3pm”

  1. letitia Says:

    Hello! I just came across your blog and couldn’t find a better way to reach you, but I just wanted to say that your poems in Chaparral are beautiful and that I am going to buy your book as soon as I’m back in the US and can easily buy books in English 🙂 Your poems really struck me in a way that I haven’t been by many poems lately, so I thought I should let you know!

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