The Boundless Tales Reading Series. It will be a pleasure to join Anne Born, Debra Emin, and John Esposito. Aida Zelilian, a high school teacher and fine novelist, is the founder of the series and will be hosting. The Local NYC Hostel in Long Island City is the venue. Find us in a quiet meeting area near the bar from 7pm to 8:30. Nice creative people. Should be fun.
Other good news!
I came a across a Canadian based online literary and art journal with good socio-political hearts behind it. Montreal Serai was founded in 1986 and is supported by the Canada Council for the Arts. Very happy to say three of my poems were just placed in their current issue on the theme of sustenance.
And yet more!
Raquel Rios is not only a marvelous educator and academic writer, she is also a poet. Her Teaching Agency for Equity: A Framework for Conscientious Engagement is being published by Routledge. And guess what: one of my poems is in the book! I am looking forward to posting a review (an interview too Raquel?) of the book sometime in late June or early July. Here are what some heavyweights in education have to say about the book.
–Pedro A. Noguera, PhD, Distinguished Professor of Education, UCLA Graduate School of Education & Information Studies
Until next time,