Monday, August 16, 2010

Kate Asche and Tim Kahl read poetry at Blue Line Gallery, 8/26/10


If you have ever wanted to hear some of my own writing, now is your chance! I'll be reading lots of new poems and some old favorites later this month up in Roseville. I'd love to see you there! Here are details:

The Outta the Blue Poetry Series was originated by poet and former Press Tribune editor, John Bowman, a Roseville Arts member. The series will introduce the art of poetry to the Blue Line Gallery's repertoire of friendly arts events.

August 26, 2010 ~ 7:00 p.m. @ Roseville Arts! Blue Line Gallery
405 Vernon Street, Suite 100
Roseville, CA 95678
(916) 783-4117
cost: gallery members and students, $5; non-members $15 (supports use of the gallery space by the reading series)

Kate Asche is a poet and essayist. A graduate of the UC Davis Creative Writing Program, she received the Elliot Gilbert Prize in Poetry in 2005 and 2006, was a finalist for University of California Poet Laureate and was nominated for Best New Poets (Meridian Magazine). She has won several Academy of American Poets Awards. She is Associate Director of Arts and Humanities at UC Davis Extension, where she coordinates the Tomales Bay Writing Workshops. She is on the board of the Sacramento Poetry Center and also facilitates an online writing group.

Tim Kahl's work has been published or is forthcoming in Prairie Schooner, Fourteen Hills, George Washington Review, Illuminations, Indiana Review, Limestone, Nimrod, The Spoon River Poetry Review, The Texas Review, and many other journals in the U.S. He has translated German poet Rolf Haufs, Austrian avant-gardist, Friederike Mayröcker; Brazilian poets, Lêdo Ivo and Marly de Oliveira; and the poems of the Portuguese language's only Nobel Laureate, José Saramago. He also appears as Victor Schnickelfritz at the poetry and poetics blog The Great American Pinup ( His first collection is Possessing Yourself (Word Tech Press, 2009). He is Vice President of te Sacramento Poetry Center and hosting coordinator of the weekly reading series there.

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