On the Cusp: A Taxing Season
The second installment of the new nonfiction reading series On the Cusp based around the theme Moments of Change. The smaller and subtler these moments the betterbig, seemingly important life events can work (or not work!), but were most interested in unforeseen instants that result in lasting change. For this second event, we're excited to host the following authors on the theme A Taxing Season:
Maw Shein Win
Miriam Bird Greenberg
> Miriam Bird Greenberg is the author of In the Volcanos Mouth, which won the 2015 Agnes Lynch Starrett Prize, and the chapbooks All night in the new country and Pact-Blood, Fevergrass. Recipient of fellowships from the NEA, the Provincetown Fine Arts Work Center, and the Poetry Foundation, shes written about nomads, hitchhikers, and hobos living on Americas margins, and is currently at work on a fieldwork-derived manuscript about the economic migrants and asylum seekers of Hong Kongs Chungking Mansions. A former Wallace Stegner Fellow, she spent last fall as a writer-in-residence at the National University of Singapore.
> James Cagney is a poet from Oakland, Ca. Cagney has appeared as a featured poet at museums and venues throughout the San Francisco-Bay Area, Sacramento, Vancouver and Mumbai. His work has been published online and in print via Inscape, Five-Eighty Split and Eleven-Eleven, among others. His first book, Black Steel Magnolias, will be published by Nomadic Press in August.
> Joe Clifford is the author of several books, including The One That Got Awayand the Jay Porter Thriller Series, as well as editor of the anthologies Trouble in the Heartland: Crime Fiction Inspired by the Songs of Bruce Springsteen;Just to Watch Them Die: Crime Fiction Inspired by the Songs of Johnny Cash, and Hard Sentences, which he co-edited.
> Maw Shein Wins writing has appeared in many journals and several anthologies, including Cimarron Review, Poetry International, Fanzine, The Fabulist, and others. She often collaborates with visual artists, musicians, and other writers. Along with composer and musician, Amanda Chaudhary, she is part of musical duo Pitta of the Mind that combines poetry with abstract electronic music. Her poetry chapbook Score and Bone is on Nomadic Press, and her full-length collection Invisible Gifts: Poems was recently published by Manic D Press. She is the first poet laureate of El Cerrito.
Admission for this event is $5 in advance or $10 at the door. Advance tickets can be ordered soon at this link: https://onthecusp2.bpt.me/.
Please note: this is an all ages event. The bar opens at 7pm, and event begins at 7:30pm.
The Bindery (View)
1727 Haight St
San Francisco, CA 94117
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