Living La Vida Local with Santa Fe’s Poet Laureate
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Labor Day at the Railyard Park
Monday, September 6, 12:00-3:00 pm, at noon I’ll read a Labor Day poem. There will be free food and Democrats!
Premier reading at Collected Works::
Thursday, September 23, 6:00. note new date because Jimmy Santiago Baca was reading at old date!
Joan Logghe with read with Alvaro Cardona-Hine, her dear and inspiring friend. His recent book from UNM Press is The Curvature of the Earth with the late Gene Frumkin.and Joan will read from works in progress.
Cardona-Hine is a poet, painter, and composer and lives beside the gallery in Truchas with his wife, Barbara McCauley, who also paints and writes beautifully.
Joan and the Giant Pencil::
Sunday, September 26, 2-4:00 PM at the NM Museum of Art. In a program for young children and their parents, Joan Logghe, will be accompanied by musician Jeremy Bleich. They will present a program suitable for the early elementary years, ages 6-9 give or take. After the performance children will be invited to write in the galleries, accompanied by an adult. This launches similar programs to be offered to four schools during the school year. Free admission to all.
Women’s Festival of the Book:: October 1-3
Anne Lamott’s kick-off reading at the Lensic, Tuesday, September 28 at 7:00
Intro by Joan Logghe. Tickets at the Lensic or http://www.ticketssantafe.org
Check out New Mexico Creates web site. Friday there are workshops all day for a small fee.
Saturday and Sunday, at The New Mexico History Museum off the SF Plaza.
All day readings and book signings by women authors. I will be reading at 1:30 on Saturday in the Meem Room. Free.
Ghost Ranch: Living Life twice, Writing the Sacred Down
October 3-9 http://www.ghostranch.org or 505-685-4333, check it out, it is happening for sure.
Southside Library, Tuesday, October 19, 4:00, Joan and the Giant Pencil. For young kids and their adults.
Broadside Exhibit and A Spirited Reading and exhibit. Friday, Oct 29, 6-8PM. The Meem room at the New Mexico Museum of History has a show of poetry broadsides by Tom Leech of the Palace Press. These are printed on a letter press on handmade paper. Poets will read and celebrate Tom’s generous and beautiful work and support of the Poet Laureate Program. Readers are Arthur Sze, Valerie Martinez, John Brandi, Renée Gregorio, Miriam Sagan, James Bixler, Gary “Mex” Glazner, Jane Hilberry from Colorado College, and myself.
Museum of International Folk Art::
Sunday, November 14, 2:00-4:00, Writing in the Galleries, in conjunction with the show, Material World, Textiles and dress from the collection. Free with NM license.
“My candle burns at both ends
It will not last the night;
But ah, my foes, and oh, my friends-
It gives a lovely light.” Edna St. Vincent Millay 1920 (Us Poet 1892-1950)