Annual SDPA Open Reading Hosted by Jim Moreno at Spacebar (9/11) + “Good Trouble” Book Release (9/8)

Sunday, Sept. 11 from 3-5:30 p.m.: San Diego Poetry Annual open reading, hosted by author Jim Moreno and sponsored by SDPA and Spacebar. All authors, fans of lit arts, and poets looking to publish are welcome. Come to watch, share, and celebrate. Sign up to read on the day of the event or by email at mkklam@gmail.com or text (619) 957-3264. Please indicate in your message whether…

CWP with Karla Cordero, Ying Wu at Palabra, Milosch/Klam in Hillcrest and Spacebar, and Jeeyoon Kim in the News!

Surrounded by rare books, manuscripts and artifacts, Professor Karla Cordero and I sat down in the Wangenheim Room at Central Library to talk about poetry, teaching, and ways to create effective spaces for students and budding writers. Check out the new episode of Central Library’s Conversations with Poets (CWP) below and here: _____________________________________________________- Don’t miss…

Conversations with Poets: Sharon Elise

In this episode of Central Library’s Conversations with Poets, I sit down with Sharon Elise to talk poetics, sociology and sociopoetics: CWP Sharon Elise. If you enjoy and want more, please hit the like button and subscribe to the San Diego Public Library’s CWP channel. Find upcoming National Poetry Month events in San Diego here.

2021-22 SDPA Anthologies Now in Print and Online!

Look what just arrived! The 2021-22 San Diego Poetry Annual, Pozol (the bilingual edition of SDPA in English and Spanish), and Kids! SDPA are hot off the presses and now available at every college and university library in the San Diego region. Each edition is also donated to all San Diego public libraries. The books…

Poetry of Resilience–From Haiku to Free Verse at Downtown Library

Details and registration here: https://sandiego.librarymarket.com/events/poetry-resilience-haiku-free-verse Join us on Saturday, Dec. 11, 2021 from 4-6 p.m. for a star-studded poetry event at the downtown San Diego Public Library (SDPL). This program, featuring San Diego’s most recognized poets, is part of SDPL’s quarter-long project, The Rebellious Miss Breed: San Diego Public Library and the Japanese American Incarceration. This…