Quiet Lightning and California State Parks present Poetry in Virtual Parks!
Monday, September 7, 2020 (Labor Day)
The 6th annual Poetry in Parks will be a virtual literary mixtape. Thanks so much to everyone who sent in their writing!
:: Featuring, live for one night only ::
Elizabeth Burch Hudson » Ladan Khoddam-Khorasani » Robert Keim » Jeanie Ngo » Glenn Ingersoll » Andre Le Mont Wilson » Brandon Henry » Jane Mauchly » Carla A. Hanson » Aleesha Lange » Deborah Bernhardt » Karisma Rodriguez » Sorcha Collister | Sorcha Collister » Shirley Huey » Rohan DaCosta » Brandon Henry » Andre Le Mont Wilson » Wood Reede » Brandon Henry » Alex Maceda » Deborah Bernhardt » Doug Mathewson » Elisa Salasin » Brandon Henry
If you’d like a copy of the book, donate $15 or more and we’ll send you sPARKLE & bLINK 107 plus a surprise back issue directly to your door. You can do that here or by adding the book to your cart when registering for tickets.
This show is free and all ages (with mature content), but if you’re in a position to support us by making a donation please consider doing so! 100% of our proceeds go directly to local artists and independent businesses, and despite losing out on door monies we’ve decided to keep paying everyone! Thanks for doing what you can to invest in an equitable arts ecosystem. There are two easy ways to support Quiet Lightning:
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About the curators
Chandler Fitchett is a poet, editor, and graduate student residing somewhere between the front door of her apartment and the water spots on her bedroom window. She is currently pursuing her MFA in Creative Writing at San Francisco State University. She has served as poetry editor for several publications including Fourteen Hills, Crooked Teeth Literary Magazine, and Transfer Magazine. Her work has appeared in As Of Late, The Scribbler, and sPARKLE & bLINK 103.
Sophia Passin is a multidisciplinary artist, writer, copyeditor, curator, and tarot reader based in California. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Creative Writing at the University of San Francisco where she helped curate the 2018 and 2019 editions of The Ignatian Literary Magazine and copyedited for Writing for a Real World. A few pieces of hers can be found nestled in Paris Atlantic 2017. If you cannot find her there, look for her swimming in the nearest open body of water.
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