SF International Poetry Festival: Book Labyrinth & Readings | SF
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Civic Center Plaza | Larkin Street and Grove Street, San Francisco, CA
Walk through a “Literary Labyrinth” made entirely out of books, created by Lars Howlett, in collaboration with Innovent Transmedia Production and The International Poetry Library of San Francisco. The labyrinth is located next to Civic Center’s main stage.
The labyrinth is free and attendees can take home a poetry book for a dollar or exchange a book by donation.
From noon to 1:30pm catch poetry readings by Jack Hirschman, Antonie Cassar, Matt Gonzales, Agneta Falk and Alejandro Murguian the Civic Center Main Stage
The 2012 festival features free and open-to-the-public poetry and music throughout the City, including a street party in North Beach, youth events, book signings, translation workshops and more, the festival is the third of its kind.
The truly international group of poets, from countries including Colombia, Turkey, Germany, Equador and Italy, represent a wide spectrum in the world of poetry, from recognized masters to emerging new talents, who are redefining the art in evolving times.
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