Join us for a very special evening of readings by Harold Terezón and Christine No. With music by TBD.
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.
Parking: Street parking is usually available, but the easiest thing to do is to park at the Walgreens just a block away.
Christine No is writer, filmmaker, and Los Angeles native turned Bay Area transplant - with lives in Brooklyn and Santa Fe in between. Her work has appeared at the Sundance Film Festival, in sPARKLE+bLINK, Tayo, Catch and Release, and Story Online. She is a Pushcart Prize Nominee and lives in Oakland with her dog, Brandy.
Harold Terezón is an educator and poet from Pacoima, CA. He received the San Francisco Foundation's James D. Phelan Literary Award in 2013. harold has taught the Poetry for the People class at City College of San Francisco. His work has appeared in POECOLOGY, Puerto del Sol, PALABRA, Rushing Waters Rising Dreams: How the ArtsAre Transforming a Community, The Acentos Review, among other publications.
Currently he works for WritersCorps as a Teaching Artist helping San Francisco youth find their voice through poetry and writing. Harold is working on Hunting Izotes, a collection of poems inspired by his family's immigrant experience, and Porfiria, a collection of poetry and short memoirs on the challenges and joys of teaching our youth.