For the last several years I haven't done any readings or performances. So I was thinking of deleting the entire Calendar section. As a reminder and homage to the performer I was (I'm not sure I can do it now) I am keeping this section: a historical document of sorts. Also, there are some relevant links connected to this section that I'm fond of.
(@24th St.), Mission District, San Francisco. Please join me celebrating carnaval, lust (and love), the Mission and Rio de Janeiro. The event is free. This time, I should be one the last performers, which means I'd probably read around 10:30 pm. or later.
, Mission District. This has become one of my favorite gigs for obvious reasons: stories about the Mission in the Mission. It is all part of MAPP (Mission Art and Performance Project) and It is a free event.
I will be reading "The Castle in the Air" as part of Milvia Street Journal's release reading. The reading includes other Berkeley City College writers and poets who are part of the latest issue.
(between Foothill Blvd & Main St), Hayward, CA 9454: The Arroyo Literary Review release-party reading. I will be reading from the fresh-off-the-press short story "True Artists Only Have Impossible Loves."
, 2050 Center Street, Berkeley. Milvia Street Release Reading -Performance of “Hippie-Salsa III.” The event includes readings by most authors included in the Milvia Street issue.
163 Erie Street, San Francisco, 6-7 pm. Reading-performance of "Hippie Salsa, Part III." The event, , is part of the yearly in the Mission District. It includes readings by Rajshree Chauhan, Antonio Fernandez, Laura Wolfe, Maisha Johnson and Regie Cabico
2754 Harrison St. (@24th St.), Mission District, San Francisco. Reading-performance of "The Last King of the Mission". The performance is part of (Mission Art & Performance Project). It is a free event.
, 3109 24t St, (at Folsom St.), Mission District, San Francisco. Reading-performance of "Frida & Diego, or Among Musicians Only." The performance is part of monthly reading series. It is a free event. For more information, you can visit kaleidoscopefreespeechzone.com.
, 653 Chenery St, between Diamond and Castro, Glen Park. Reading-performance of “How I Left My Heart in San Francisco, Hippie-Salsa Remix, Part II.” The event also includes a reading by poet Michael Koch. For more information, you can visit
2754 Harrison Street (at 24th Street), Mission District, San Francisco: Reading -performance of "Hippie Salsa, or How I Left My Heart in San Francisco". The performance is part of (Mission Art & Performance Project). It is a free event and an evening not to be missed.
Old Mint Building, San Francisco: Reading-performance of“The Birth of
Carnaval on the Streets of San Francisco, A History in Eight Voices.”