Join us for an excellent Uptown Fridays featuring readings by Truong Tran and Farah Amezcua. Emceed and curated by Reńe Vaz and music by TBD.
Suggested donations of $5-25 collected at the door, but no one turned away for lack of funds.
Red wine and Red Bay coffee will be available.
Information about the performers:
Farah Amezcua is going through it, but at least she has at least one good friend. She has no cats but she imagines that she wants one. Her veins are filled with marinara sauce and her hair smells like hookah. She currently lives with a spider, a snake, and a piece of trash. Get ready.
Truong Tran is an artist and writer living in San Francisco. His books include Placing the Accents, Dust and Conscience, The Book of Perceptions, Within The Margins, Four Letter words, I Meant To Say Please Pass The Sugar and the Children's book Going Home Coming Home. His works have been translated into Dutch, French, Spanish and Vietnamese. He has been twelve years a lecturer at SFSU and is currently The Visiting Assistant Professor at Mills College where he teaches writing workshops at the intersection of poetry and the visual arts. His Latest body of exploration entitled "The Book of Others" will be forthcoming in 2018.