Friday, March 13, 2009

Leah Candelaria-Tyler, Les Gottesman and Erik Noonan

will be reading on

Friday, March 27th at 7:30

Leah Candelaria-Tyler was born, raised and educated in New Mexico. In 2005 she moved to San Francisco to attend New College. Then in 2008 she, Chris and Faye (dog) headed up to Seattle. During rainy evenings, Leah works on her poetry and painting, scrapes at linoleum blocks, digs in paper, chops garlic and stirs the pot. The recession bothers her. Foghorns, 5 Fulton and Ocean Beach have recently been replaced by woodpeckers, the 76 Express and The Sound – the buildings are made of brick.

Les Gottesman was formerly a Poetics student at New College, and is now at California College of the Arts. He has published 3 chapbooks (one of which is available tonight) under his own imprint, Omerta Press.

Erik Noonan does various jobs at a high school, among them teaching. Pastis with cold water and an admixture of cooking & talk. He took French at night so he could read Malherbe, because Bunting mentions him. Erik lives and writes in San Francisco.

As always, free as a non-domesticated cephalopod but BYOB.

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