Join us for a scintillating night of words by the talented Andrew O. Dugas and Amos White. Music by the ever-so-talented John Miller.
Donations will be kindly requested, though no one will be turned away for lack of funds.
Andrew O. Dugas' work has appeared in Instant City, LITNIMAGE, Mixer, the SoMa Literary Review, Unlikely Stories 2.0, and many other places. His San Francisco novel SLEEPWALKING IN PARADISE was published by Numina Press in 2014. As Haiku Andy, he recently mailed out 1,001 original and hand-inscribed haiku postcards to randomly selected people around the world for reasons even he still doesn't understand.
Amos White is an award-winning haiku poet and author of, The Sound of the Web: Haiku and Poetry on Facebook and Twitter (CreateSpace, 2013). Recognized for his vivid imagery and breathless interpretations, Amos dreams haiku poems that appear to the listener like tiny holograms—small photon-like objects so perfectly formed and self-contained, and stubbornly fractal. An avid maker of Italian bread and olive oil, Amos resides with his family in Alameda, California.
John Miller is a Bay Area Indie/Folk singer and songwriter. The complexity of his material is often compared to that of Jeff Buckley while his showmanship and stage presence resembles a young Conor Oberst. When describing his sound, Bay Area's Content Magazine says, "You can hear influences of Elliott Smith and The Decemberists creeping out in folkish, melodic ballads."
There is ample street parking, but just to make it easy, there is an O'Reilly Auto Parts/Walgreens on the corner of Fruitvale and Foothill with a huge parking lot. Here's a Google Map link: https://goo.gl/maps/NxXGg
Nomadic Press should show up on that map as well. We are just in between Austin and Rutherford on Foothill.
Hope to see you soon!