Sunday Jun 16, 2013
Part of our Duende Poetry Series. Snacks and drinks provided with wine and books for sale.
Donations will be appreciated. Albuquerque native Andrea J. Serrano has been writing and performing poetry since 1994 and is published in Malpais Review; the Mas Tequila Review; ¡Ban This! and the BSP Anthology of Xican@ Literatures. She has performed at the Nuyorican Poets Cafe in NYC, Galeria de la Raza in San Francisco and the Librotraficante Caravan Reading in Albuquerque. Andrea is the youngest of six daughters and credits her family, her ties to land,language and culture and the experience of growing up Chicana in Albuquerque with influencing her writing. Andrea is a member of the band Cultura Fuerte, and is the creator and host of Speak, Poet: Voz, Palabra y Sonido, a monthly poetry venue. John Macker has lived in a roadhouse in Northern New Mexico for the last 17 years. Before that he was from Colorado and active as a poet there. His new book is Las Montanas de Santa Fe. Other publications are Underground Sky, Burroughsin Santo Domingo, For the Few, The First Gangster and Woman of the Disturbed Earth. He edited Harp, which featured poetry and interviews with Robert Bly, Ed Dorn, Charles Bukowski, Gregory Corso, Diane di Prima, Tony Scibella and others. He's read with poets Ed Dorn, Linda Hogan, S.A. Griffin,, Frank Rios, Gregory Corso, and Andy Clausen. His CD is Black/Wing.
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