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Rose Black

Rose Black, Susan Terris, and Joseph Zaccardi

14 MARCH 2013 — thursday

Poetry Flash presents Rose Black, Susan Terris, and Joseph Zaccardi in a poetry reading from their new books, wheelchair accessible, request ASL interpreters one week in advance from editor@poetryflash.org, Moe's Books, 2476 Telegraph Avenue, Berkeley, 7:30 (510/849-2087, moesbooks.com)

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Rose Black’s new book of poems is Green Field. David St. John says, “Like fables and dreams gone dark in the lens, these poems instruct us in the complex measures we need to employ in determining what values still remain—and will endure—in our lives.” She is Editor of the Marin Poetry Center Anthology; her first two poetry books, Clearing and Winter Light, were accepted by Yale’s Beinecke Library for the Yale Collection of American Literature. Her poems have been published in Runes, South Carolina Review, Spillway, and elsewhere.
Susan Terris’s book of poems is Ghost of Yesterday: New & Selected Poems. Norman Dubie says, “Susan Terris’ new and selected poems is described best in the surprising way its images align as proofs of story with and against voice…These are strongly meditative poems. This is a wonderful book.” A longtime co-editor of Runes, A Review of Poetry she is now editor of Spillway Magazine and is poetry editor for two other publications. She is the author of six full-length books of poems and three artist’s books; her work was included in PUSHCART PRIZE XXXI.
Joseph Zaccardi’s new collection, The Nine Gradations of Light, is his third book of poems, following Vents and Render. A former editor of the Marin Poetry Center Anthology, he reads poetry as a volunteer a convalescent hospitals. His poems have appeared in Southern Poetry Review, Poet Lore, Seattle Review, Runes, Paterson Literary Review, Spillway, and elsewhere.




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