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Bazaar Writers Salon (SF)

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Sunday, November 6, 2022 - 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm | Cost: FREE
Bazaar Cafe | 5927 California Street, San Francisco, CA

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Please join us for a celebration of fantastic poetry and fiction from the Bay Area and beyond at the next Bazaar Writers Salon.

Bazaar Writers Salon
Sunday, November 6th, 6:00 p.m.
Readings by David Baker, William Brewer, Rebecca Foust, and Ryann Stevenson
Hosted by Peter Kline
Bazaar Café, 5927 California St., San Francisco

David Baker is author of thirteen books of poetry, recently Whale Fall, published in July by W. W. Norton, and Swift: New and Selected Poems, as well as six books of prose about poetry. Among his awards are prizes and grants from the Guggenheim Foundation, NEA, Mellon Foundation, and Poetry Society of America. Baker’s poetry and essays have appeared in American Poetry Review, The Atlantic, The Nation, The New York Times, The New Yorker, Poetry, The Yale Review, and others. He served for many years as Poetry Editor of The Kenyon Review, where he continues to curate the annual eco-poetry issue, “Nature’s Nature.” Baker lives in Granville, Ohio.

William Brewer’s debut novel, The Red Arrow, is out now from Knopf. His first book, I Know Your Kind, was a winner of the National Poetry Series. Currently a Jones Lecturer at Stanford, he lives in Oakland.

Rebecca Foust’s new book, ONLY was released from Four Way Books in September 2022 and received a starred review from Publisher’s Weekly Foust is the author of four books including Paradise Drive and three chapbooks, including The Unexploded Ordnance Bin. Recognitions include the Pablo Neruda, CP Cavafy and James Hearst poetry prizes, a Marin Poet Laureateship, and fellowships from Hedgebrook, MacDowell, and Sewanee. New poems are in The Hudson Review, Narrative, Ploughshares, and POETRY.

Ryann Stevenson’s first book, Human Resources, was selected by Henri Cole for the 2021 Max Ritvo Poetry Prize, and is published by Milkweed Editions. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in The Adroit Journal, Bennington Review, Columbia Poetry Review, The Cortland Review, Denver Quarterly, and Kenyon Review, among others. She lives in Oakland, California.



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Cost: FREE
Categories: In Person, Literature
Address: 5927 California Street, San Francisco, CA