Join us at the cozy Nomadic Press Oakland Workspace for some phenomenal readings by Paul Elias Taylor, SEXXYLUV, and music by Harriet Poznansky!
Donations will be called for throughout the night, but no one will be turned away for lack of funds. Wine and Red Bay coffee will be available (donations asked for to help cover costs).
Parking: Street parking is usually available, but the easiest thing to do is to park at the Walgreens just a block away. Here is a handy map (you should see Nomadic Press on there): https://goo.gl/maps/SgaHMhV88MA2
Hope to see you soon!
Paul Elias Taylor wrote music journalism for the Kansas City Blues Society monthly publication and the now defunct online music website, theZone.org. His poetry is included in Milvia Street Journal 2014 and 2015. He published Carla Kandinsky's chapbook, Invasion and Amy Ballard Rich's collection Thump. He studies with Sharon Coleman and participates in a number of writing workshops in the East Bay.
Award-winning, Bay Area Native and resident of Oakland, CA, Aqueila M. Lewis has been published or broadcast on KPFA 94.1 FM Radio, National Radio Project Making Contact Storytelling Fellowship, Oakland Tribune’s Oakland Voices, Sistah’s With Ink Voices anthology, and the Til Death Do Us Part Lady Warrior Zine. She is the Co-host of “Side Show Radio” and “After Hours Radio” on 94.1 FM KPFA Radio and the Executive Producer and Co-host of “All the Rest of Us.” She currently creates workshops and circles open to girls, youth, women, elders and writes children’s books focused on issues of social justice and community. She has been a plus-model for the last four years, has experience in print modeling and on runway shows. She currently holds the titles as Ms. Oakland Plus America 2014 and SF Raw Performing Artist of the Year 2015.