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    Thursday, October 20, 2005

    You Should be Here

    14 Hills Vol. 11.2 Literary Journal Reading

    THURSDAY October 20

    Valencia Street Books
    569 Valencia Street
    San Francisco
    (between 16th and 17th in the Mission)

    Wine and cheese provided.

    Alison Stine, Erin Brooks Worley, Anne Clifford, & Elizabeth Treadwell

    Alison Stine is the author of a chapbook of poems, Lot of My Sister (Kent State University Press), and is a first-year Wallace Stegner fellow at Stanford University. Her poems have appeared in Poetry, The Paris Review, The Kenyon Review, The Antioch Review, Gulf Coast, Swink, and others, and have twice been nominated for a Pushcart Prize

    Anne Clifford's short stories have appeared in Hayden's Ferry Review, Get Off My Wagon, and Waterfall, and have been performed by a Los Angeles theater company. In 2004, she won an AWP first prize for fiction and received her MFA from the University of San Francisco. She lives in Albany, California, where she works as a grant writer for non-profit organizations.

    Elizabeth Treadwell's books include the poetry collections Chantry (Chax Press) and LILYFOIL + 3 (O Books), both 2004. Her work in this issue is from a new manuscript titled Wardolly, other parts of which appear in Pom2 and Bay Area Poetics. Treadwell earned her MFA at SFSU in 1997, has worked as director of Small Press Traffic in San Francisco since 2000, and lives with her husband and daughter in her hometown of Oakland. For further information, please see: elizabethtreadwell.com.

    Erin Brooks Worley earned her MFA from Syracuse University. Her fiction has appeared in the Indiana Review, The Gettysburg Review, and Ninth Letter. Currently, she lives in San Francisco, where she is completing a collection of linked short stories.

    Thursday, October 13, 2005

    Literary Events this Week/Weekend/and Next

    SF has decided to cram all things literary into a 2 week span due mostly in part to Litquake and the 4th International Poetry Festival hitting at the same time. If you're looking for things to do here are some suggestions:

    Preview: Thu, Oct 13, 8 pm (all seats $8)
    Evening: Fri & Sat, Oct 14 & 15, 8 pm
    Thu-Sat, Oct 20-22, 8 pm
    Matinee: Sun, Oct 16 & 23, 2 pm
    $10 General Admission/$8 Students & Seniors
    Tickets: 415/338-2467
    WORLD Premiere of DONNING CHEADLE by Geraldine Kim
    Little Theatre, Creative Arts Bldg
    SFSU campus, 19th Ave & Holloway, SF

    Fri., Oct. 14, 7:30: Small Press Traffic Literary Series ($5-$10)
    New Experiments: Nada Gordon & Gary Sullivan on the Autre
    Timken Lecture Hall, CCA (1111 Eight St. @ 16th/Wisconsin)

    Sat., Oct. 15, 6:30:
    LitCrawl: Robert Coover (21+)
    McSweeney's launch of Coover's new story collection A Child Again
    Elbo Room (647 Valencia St. @ 17th)

    Sat., Oct. 15, 6:30: LitCrawl: SF International Poetry Festival
    Christophe Fiat, Nora Gomringer, Anna Jorgensdotter, Dunya Mikhail, Kai Nieminen, Aldo Nove, Liam O Muirthile, Monika Rinck
    New College (780 Valencia St. @ 19th)

    Wed., Oct. 19, 7:30: USF Lone Mountain Poetry Series
    Laura Moriarty
    Lone Mountain 100 / USF (2800 Turk St.)

    Thu., Oct. 20, 7:30: Fourteen Hills Reading Series
    Anne Clifford, Aliston Stine, Elizabeth Treadwell, Erin Brooks Worley
    Valencia Street Books (569 Valencia St. @ 17th)

    Thu., Oct. 20, 3:30: The Poetry Center Reading Series ($5)
    Donald Revell, Paul Hoover, Aaron Shurin
    The Unitarian Center (1187 Franklin St. @ Geary)

    Sat., Oct. 22, 6:30: Fiction at New College
    Susan Steinberg
    New College Cultural Center (766 Valencia St. @ 19th)

    Most of these dates were obtained by visiting Sidebrow where a wonderful SF Literary Calendar is housed.


    miniatures (you)


    your fine twiggy legs tired. a knee caked in blues. like patty. bend at the thigh, dip into a puddle to swim. cast off shoes but not clothes. pop out all plush, all shimmery aglow. blonde roots shine gasoline purple, streaked into highlights, a tinge, a ripe reddened toe caught on the lip / dip of sidewalk. like slap. time to start spinning, you need fluff. a puffed letter jacket, can never hang out to drip-dry. direct is better than the round about post. remember that middles of packages are not hard packed but pliable. like give me a lick. when cold—

    it’s never time for icicle fingertips stuck to a tongue

    quick, send the wire transfer direct to your sisters left ear—
    she should hear this
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