Poetry! Short Fiction! Memoir! Theatre! Outcry!
Reading via zoom this Thursday at 7:30 PM.
Dear Friend, A new year and new opportunities abound for us to link arms with the oncoming spring. Let us take up with our hearts and hands the fundamental human tasks of renewing the world, renewing the balance! A CHORAL QUILT OF HOPE: THE UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS You may remember that I adapted… Continue reading PERFORMANCE: UNDHR-Preamble of A Choral Quilt of Hope
Dear Friend, A new year and new opportunities abound for us to link arms with the oncoming spring. Let us take up with our hearts and hands the fundamental human tasks of renewing the world, renewing the balance! A CHORAL QUILT OF HOPE: THE UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS You may remember that I adapted… Continue reading
Join 18th Street Arts Center artist in residence Susan
Suntree for an online launch party of Suntree’s Sacred Sites Audio Theater Project on March 6,
2021. This is an audio production of Suntree’s best-selling, award winning book Sacred Sites:
The Secret History of Southern California (Univ. of Nebraska Press). Audio clips from the
Theater Project will be presented, including an audio-visual portrait of the Los Angeles River
and the Ballona Wetlands read by Susan Suntree; and an audio clip from Book Two
(Indigenous Myths and Songs) read by actor Kalani Queypo. The following discussion and Q&A
will focus on the process of creating the Audio Theater project, including a panel with Tom
Keegan (Director), Tom Zehnder (Composer), and Gopika Sharma (Producer).
On 16 April 2022, I'll be reading from Dear Traveler and the updated edition of Sacred Sites: The Secret History of Southern California with the award-winning poet, Tom Laichas.
WHERE: The Book Jewel Bookshop, 6259 W. 87th St., Westchester CA 90045
WHEN: Saturday, April 16, 6PM
The bookstore will have books ready for signing and enjoying! There is ample easy parking. What a joy to read in person!
The poems in my new collection address a traveler navigating our ordinary world, now grown precarious. Dear Traveler wends its way through the cycles of a year and of a life-time from garden figs and squirrels to freeways, fires, war, and more. Perhaps you, too, are on the traveler's path?
I'd love it if you could be there!
Join Raven and Coyote as they guide us on a tour through the primordial origins of Southern California, beginning with the Big Bang/Great Silence to the present.
It's the first gathering of a three-part series, "Indigenous Peoples and Native Realities."
Please join us to see/hear two brilliant poets, Susan Suntree & Tom Laichas, read their poetry on Harry's Poetry Hour, Creative Chaos MPTF, on Tuesday, January 3, 2023, 1-2 PM PST. Thanks to Jennifer Clymer, Director, MPTF Studios, & the Creative Chaos Team