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Rosie Stockton, Kay Gabriel + Juliana Spahr, introduced by 최 Lindsay


Poets Rosie Stockton, Kay Gabriel, and Juliana Spahr will read from their work, with an introduction by 최 Lindsay.

Masks are strongly recommended.

This event is part of a weekend of readings in Oakland, Berkeley, and San Francisco, March 2-5, 2023.

Friday, March 3, 2023
7:00 pm



1501 Harrison St, Oakland

Livestream at 7:30 pm



The reading will be in Tamarack’s library, located on the second floor, which is accessible by one flight of stairs with handrails.

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Rosie Stockton

Rosie Stockton is the author of Permanent Volta (Nightboat Books 2021) which was the recipient of the 2019 Sawtooth Prize. Their poems have been published by Social Text Journal, VOLT, Jubilat, Apogee, Mask Magazine, Tripwire and Wonder Press They hold an M.A. in Creative Writing from Eastern Michigan University and are currently a Ph.D. Candidate in the Gender Studies Department at UCLA. Rosie lives and works in Los Angeles.

Kay Gabriel

Kay Gabriel is the author of A Queen in Bucks County (Nightboat, 2022) and Kissing Other People or the House of Fame (Rosa Press, 2021; Nightboat, 2023). With Andrea Abi-Karam she co-edited We Want It All: An Anthology of Radical Trans Poetics. She edits publications for the Poetry Project, including the Poetry Project Newsletter, and lives in Queens.

Juliana Spahr

Juliana Spahr's most recent book was _That Winter the Wolf Came_ (Commune Editions, 2019).

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