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Women Poets Gather for Reading 

Wednesday, Dec 1 2010
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Hey, look: a poetry reading! Well, when’s the last time you went to one? Okay, then. Go to this one. It should be great. Left Coast Writers presents Nevada City’s Molly Fisk, who is — but you knew this, of course — the author of the amazing poem “Prayer for Joe’s Taco Lounge, Mill Valley,” among many others, reading from her new book, The More Difficult Beauty; along with former San Francisco criminal defense lawyer Rebecca Foust reading from God, Seed, a book of environmental poetry illustrated by local artist Lorna Stevens. And there’s even a guest appearance by S.F. poet Robin Ekiss, reading from The Mansion of Happiness.
Mon., Dec. 13, 6 p.m., 2010

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