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Saturday, October 20 • 8:00pm - 9:00pm
Harina, Agua y Corazón: From the Mission to the Bronx

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Poets bob and weave through booming memory and ambivalent fictions to conjure new poetics on intuition and forgotten names.



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avatar for Farah Amezcua

Farah Amezcua

Farah Amezcua is going through it, but at least she has at least one good friend. She has no cats but she imagines that she wants one. Her veins are filled with marinara sauce and her hair smells like hookah. She currently lives with a spider, a snake, and a piece of trash. Get r... Read More →
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Oscar Bermeo

Born in Ecuador and raised in the Bronx, Oscar Bermeo is the author of the poetry chapbooks Anywhere Avenue, Palimpsest, Heaven Below and To the Break of Dawn. He makes his home in Oakland with his wife, poeta Jane Reyes. He has facilitated poetry workshops at Rikers Island Penitentiary... Read More →
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Estela de la Cruz

Estela de la Cruz was born in El Paso, Texas, but grew up in California. She has lived in San Francisco Mission District for ten years. She published in Konch Magazine, and has a chapbook titled For the Hell of it. She has a B.A. from UC Berkeley, which she obtained as a single mother... Read More →


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