Jessica Hoffmann

Hello, San Francisco (with an LA Infusion): Get Queer-Literary Next Week ...

Filed By Jessica Hoffmann | February 06, 2009 10:00 AM | comments

Filed in: Entertainment, Entertainment, Media
Tags: Aida Salazar, Bana Witt, Elan Margolis, Galeria de la Raza, Hilary Goldberg, Lauren Logiudice, Leticia Hernandez-Linarez, Michelle Tea, queer literature, RADAR reading series, Raquel Gutierrez, san francisco readings, Tomas Riley, Vickie Vertiz

Some LA friends and collaborators are heading to the Bay Area next week for some events I thought you might want to check out:

Monday, the rad and talented Raquel Gutierrez (of Butchlalis de Panochtitlan, among many other projects), is participating in a space-specific poetry series at Galeria de la Raza in San Francisco.

And Wednesday, my regular hiking buddy, filmmaker/poet/writer Hilary Goldberg, will be featured in Michelle Tea's RADAR reading series along with Elan Margolis, Lauren Logiudice, and Bana Witt

Addresses and more after the jump. (Ever partial to my So Cal hometown, I only boost San Francisco when it is graced with a little LA infusion.)

Mistaking Planes for Stars: The Poetry of Place in Southeast LA

Featuring Aida Salazar, Raquel Gutierrez, and Vickie Vertiz, with Tomas Riley and Leticia Hernandez-Linarez
February 9, 7 pm
Galeria de la Raza
2857 24th Street, San Francisco

RADAR with Elan Margolis, Hilary Goldberg, Lauren Logiudice + Bana Witt
February 11, 6 pm
San Francisco Public Library, Main Branch
100 Larkin Street, San Francisco
Free (and I hear that includes homemade cookies!)

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