JULY 2018

Mel Waldman, Ph.D.

Melody Fu

Roberta Beach Jacobson

Kristina Jacobs

Patrick Dang

Xander Valdez Plana

Brianna Katsuda

Sissy Buckles

Warren J. Cox

Kelsi Rose

Andrew Hernandez

Carl Palmer

Shiv Patel

Shubhanjan Das

Vraj Patel

Edward Ferri, Jr.

Steven Lopez

Jacob Chung

Sara Marie Smith

Elohor Ojose

Brianna Lopez

John Paolo Quimosing

G David Schwartz

Susmita Bhat

Annie Lin

Alex Hwang

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Jack Hirschman & Francisco Dominguez at the Sacramento International Film Festival © epg

Jim Zola Art

Art © Jim Zola who is a poet and photographer living in North Carolina

Check out e-books from contributors: E-books


Transformation by Jesus De La Cruz

For My Sister by Zachary Alba

A is for Avoidant by Justine Caldwell

Runaway by Roxane Pena

The Trombone by Tai Nguyen

How I Became a Senior Cougar by Eliza Mimski

Dare Devil by Alina Das

Press A to Kill a Friend

The Rainbow Houses by Shreya Shantharaj

Killing Him Softly With Her Love by Gabriella Mejico

Aglet by Shamar English

Shopping at Target by Hanna Hernandez

Can Society Function Without Respect? by Hannah Yuh

Mermaids by Ana Vidosavljevic

Despair at Disneyland by Munachimso B. Okoli

Isabelle's Way by Jane Lee

Not Alone Anymore by Jesus De La Cruz

The Monkey-Man by Abbey Serena





Xico González reads at the UC Davis Arboretum © epg









Life Is-Transition by Michael Lee Johnson

Tequila(v2) by Michael Lee Johnson

Clockmaker(v4) by Michael Lee Johnson

Jesus in a Nighttime City(v4) by Michael Lee Johnson

In Praise of Rivers by Kit Chell

Green Willow Tree by Michael Lee Johnson

Hawaiian Islands Pidgin

Empty Branch Trees by Michael Lee Johnson

I Did Not Pick Poetry - A Video Poem by Kit Chell

A Burnt Offering by Dee Sunshine written 27th January 1995: The 50th Anniversary of the Liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau.

Kit Chell Poetry Performance, Eugene, Oregon Downtown Public Library, October 2014

Chatoyant 9 - words and music from Ruben Reveles, frank andrick, Rachel Leibrock, Sage Robbins and Jessalyn Wakefield

The Yarre Stooker film Mary, based on Eddie Woods’ poem “Mary” and starring Win Harms in the title role, is online for general viewing here:

Poets in Motion

Poetry videos by Michael Lee Johnson

John Yamrus is interviewed on bctv

frank andrick reads on GoodDay Sacramento

Tony Seymour, Ruebi Jiminez and Phillip T. Nails read at SPC

Our House Poetry Series I, II

Carrie Rudzinski at SPC © epg



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