Dear Poets and Poetry Lovers:

I saw an article in last summer's issue of Poets & Writers Magazine about an event at Beyond Baroque in Venice entitled "Cultures Connect In Los Angeles".  I thought it would be great if San Diego Writers, Ink sponsored a sister event.  So I approached Executive Director Kristen Fogle and asked if this designed for community nonprofit, founded by my hero Judy Reeves, would be willing to sponsor a similar evening.  Kristen didn't hesitate and gave a resounding yes.

Then Kristen wrote to Poets and Writers while I contacted Beyond Baroque and the ball was rolling.  Poets & Writers held an in-service about the importance of such an event.  At the end of the workshop, Michael Klam, and Ted Washington said they would help stage the event.  Michael arranged for us to bring the poets to the San Diego Art Institute and created the below artful flyer. Ted said he'd be willing to read his poetry.  

You don't want to miss this one.  If Quincy was still in town he'd give us his blessing on this event. You don't want to miss 13 year old Alexis Ng's magic.  Michael will be introducing her.  You will be amazed in the spirit of how America is not a melting pot, its a mosaic.  This evening's mosaic will be in the strongest language of the heart.

See you on April 7th at 7:00 P.M.

Peace,

Jim    
 
 
 
 

 Poetry & Art Presents:

     Cultures Connect In San Diego 

       A Celebration of Poetry & Diversity 

      Saturday, April 7, 2018, 7:00 P.M. , Doors Open at 6:30 P.M.  $6.00 Cover 

San Diego Art Institue, 1439 El Prado, Balboa Park

poetryandartsd.com  (619) 236-0011 

 

Featuring Pilar R. Aranda, Francisco Bustos, Sharon Elise,

Shadab Zeest Hashmi, Viet Mai, Alexis Ng, & Ted Washington 

 

Your Co-Hosts are Michael Klam & Jim Moreno 

Music by DJ Bary Thomas 

 

Brought to You By:

San Diego Writers, Ink & The San Diego Art institute 

 

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