Poetry by Bay Area queer poets
On Nov. 1, 7:00pm, at the JFK Library, 505 Santa Clara St., Wayne Goodman expands his “Queer Words” series to Vallejo. East Bay authors MK Chavez, Vanessa Rochelle Lewis, and Andrew Demcak will present some of their works. Also joining them will be local Poetic Old Soul, as well as Vallejo’s current Poet Laureate, D. L. Lang.
In January 2016, Vallejo resident Wayne Goodman and his San Francisco-based partner, Rick May, began hosting their “Perfectly Queer” reading series at local, independent bookstores in San Francisco and Oakland. Their goal has been to bring queer-identified authors into bookstores to help support both the writers and the stores.
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Grab your friends after work and meet up at Crush, at 846 Texas Street, Fairfield with guest host, SCL Triviamaster David Greene. Mon, Oct 23 at 7 p.m.
Spine-chilling classics from the ‘30s and ‘40s. Vacaville Cultural Center: Wed, Oct 18 at 6:30 p.m.
Thurs, Oct 19 at 4 p.m. at the John F. Kennedy Library in Vallejo.
Stop by Luigi’s pub, 721 Texas St, for a discussion of books and movies and TV with Solano County Library staff. This month: Horror. Wed, Nov 15, 7-8 p.m.
Explore a list of reading materials suggested as accompaniments to the PBS Ken Burns and Lynn Novick film "The Vietnam War."
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Teens, get published! Enter your original poem, short story, comic or essay in the “Write On” contest. Winners get published and receive gift cards too. Oct 9 – Dec 29.
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