Back to All Events

Poetry Reading: Jorge, Myers, Poirier

Three luminous noises appear! Visiting poet Peter Myers is joined by locals Julien Poirier & new-to-the scene Geraldine Jorge. Come over to Wolfman & hear what you haven't heard.

And hear what you haven't seen!

Doors at 6:30/Reading at 7

Peter Myers is a poet and writer originally from Maryland. His poetry has appeared in Conjunctions, The Capilano Review, DATABLEED, Vestiges, Boston Review, and elsewhere. He recently completed his MFA in Poetry at the Iowa Writers' Workshop, and has taught creative writing in Philadelphia, Iowa City, and Stanford. He's about to move to New York, where he'll be a third grade teacher.

Julien Poirier’s poetry is published by the United States Postal
Service. He was born in San Francisco in 1870. He teaches poetry at San Quentin State Prison and was a founding member of the Ugly Duckling Presse Collective.

Geraldine Jorge is a Bay Area native and erstwhile philosopher. She has recently turned to poetry to explore the different ways a poem can help us re-understand/un-understand our everyday experiences.

Earlier Event: August 10
Harmony Boule Poetry Zine Release
Later Event: August 15
Joshua Furst Reading