San Francisco authors read from their work. That means you, too.
San Francisco located stories given preference.
the wind sha
of a library
Here's a recent work read:
Jack the magnificent translator,
The charge d'affaire of North Beach plump words to the world,
Drank his Stalinovich vodka with a bobbing scoop of ice cream,
Then took to the air waves with a little murmur,
Trailing Italian and Spanish rime into the brisk begotten vaporous sky above Coit Tower.
I hosted him once,
He and four others;
Paid them car fare to Bernal.
His slushy pronunshiation
Won't fit into a single poem or eulogy,
But comes spilling out the alleys and cracked windows
Of the little town smelling of focaccia if you wake early enough.
Aye, North Beach.
Aye, aye, Jack Hirschman.
You've escaped the neighborhood and gone on tour.
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|Bernal Litterai [sic]|
|Import into your personal calendar|
|Date||Wednesday September 15|
|Time||6:00 PM - 7:00 PM|
|info [at] TheCommonsSF.org|
Bernal Branch library
500 Cortland Avenue
(we gather outside in the mini-amphitheater on the Moultrie side of the building)
Added to the calendar on Sunday Sep 12th, 2021 4:32 PM