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Special Poetry Event - Marchant, Kingston & Rader Reading

Sunday, December 7th

Creekside Room - 3:00pm


Join us in the Creekside Room at the Mill Valley Library at 3:00 pm on Sunday December 7th for an afternoon of poetry featuring a rare visit by East Coast poet Fred Marchant, joined by Bay Area poets Maxine Hong Kingston and Dean Rader. This event is a collaboration of the Mill Valley Library and the Marin Poetry Center and is free and open to the Public.

Maxine Hong Kingston, the author of The Woman Warrior, China Men, Tripmaster Monkey, The Fifth Book of Peace, and other works, won the National Book Award, the National Medal of Arts, and the NBCC Award, among others. She is a former Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing at UC Berkeley.

Fred Marchant is the author of five books of poetry, among them Tipping Point, Full Moon Boat, and The Looking House. His newest collection, The Day Later, is forthcoming from Graywolf Press in 2016. He is founding director of the Suffolk University Poetry Project in Boston, MA.

Dean Rader's Works & Days, won the 2010 T. S. Eliot Poetry Prize. Landscape Portrait Figure Form (Omnidawn) was a Barnes & Noble best poetry book. Self-Portrait as Wikipedia Entry will be published in 2016 by Copper Canyon Press. Dean is a professor at USF.

Registration recommended. Click here to register.

Mill Valley Public Library
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Join us in the Creekside Room at the Mill Valley Library at 3:00 pm on Sunday December 7 for an afternoon of poetry featuring a rare visit by East Coast poet Fred Marchant, joined by Bay Area poets Maxine Hong Kingston and Dean Rader. This event is a collaboration of the Mill Valley Library and the Marin Poetry Center and is free and open to the Public.
- See more at: http://www.millvalleylibrary.org/Index.aspx?page=195&recordid=18835#sthash.GA2j9DI1.dpuf
Special Poetry Event - Marchant, Kingston & Rader Reading
Date: 12/7/2014 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Cost: Free
Location: Creekside Room
375 Throckmorton Ave
Mill Valley, California 94941

Special Poetry Event - Marchant, Kingston & Rader Reading
Sunday, December 7thCreekside Room - 3pm
Join us in the Creekside Room at the Mill Valley Library at 3:00 pm on Sunday December 7 for an afternoon of poetry featuring a rare visit by East Coast poet Fred Marchant, joined by Bay Area poets Maxine Hong Kingston and Dean Rader. This event is a collaboration of the Mill Valley Library and the Marin Poetry Center and is free and open to the Public.
Maxine Hong Kingston, the author of The Woman Warrior, China Men, Tripmaster Monkey, The Fifth Book of Peace, and other works, won the National Book Award, the National Medal of Arts, and the NBCC Award, among others. She is a former Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing at UC Berkeley.

Fred Marchant is the author of five books of poetry, among them Tipping Point, Full Moon Boat, and The Looking House. His newest collection, The Day Later, is forthcoming from Graywolf Press in 2016. He is founding director of the Suffolk University Poetry Project in Boston, MA.

Dean Rader’s Works & Days, won the 2010 T. S. Eliot Poetry Prize. Landscape Portrait Figure Form (Omnidawn) was a Barnes & Noble best poetry book. Self-Portrait as Wikipedia Entry will be published in 2016 by Copper Canyon Press. Dean is a professor at USF.
Registration recommended. Click here to register.
Thank you to the Mill Valley Library Foundation and the Friends for their generous support of Library programs and services. Click here to support Library events.
- See more at: http://www.millvalleylibrary.org/Index.aspx?page=195&recordid=18835#sthash.GA2j9DI1.dpuf
Special Poetry Event - Marchant, Kingston & Rader Reading
Date: 12/7/2014 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Cost: Free
Location: Creekside Room
375 Throckmorton Ave
Mill Valley, California 94941

Special Poetry Event - Marchant, Kingston & Rader Reading
Sunday, December 7thCreekside Room - 3pm
Join us in the Creekside Room at the Mill Valley Library at 3:00 pm on Sunday December 7 for an afternoon of poetry featuring a rare visit by East Coast poet Fred Marchant, joined by Bay Area poets Maxine Hong Kingston and Dean Rader. This event is a collaboration of the Mill Valley Library and the Marin Poetry Center and is free and open to the Public.
Maxine Hong Kingston, the author of The Woman Warrior, China Men, Tripmaster Monkey, The Fifth Book of Peace, and other works, won the National Book Award, the National Medal of Arts, and the NBCC Award, among others. She is a former Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing at UC Berkeley.

Fred Marchant is the author of five books of poetry, among them Tipping Point, Full Moon Boat, and The Looking House. His newest collection, The Day Later, is forthcoming from Graywolf Press in 2016. He is founding director of the Suffolk University Poetry Project in Boston, MA.

Dean Rader’s Works & Days, won the 2010 T. S. Eliot Poetry Prize. Landscape Portrait Figure Form (Omnidawn) was a Barnes & Noble best poetry book. Self-Portrait as Wikipedia Entry will be published in 2016 by Copper Canyon Press. Dean is a professor at USF.
Registration recommended. Click here to register.
Thank you to the Mill Valley Library Foundation and the Friends for their generous support of Library programs and services. Click here to support Library events.
- See more at: http://www.millvalleylibrary.org/Index.aspx?page=195&recordid=18835#sthash.GA2j9DI1.dpuf
Special Poetry Event - Marchant, Kingston & Rader Reading
Date: 12/7/2014 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Cost: Free
Location: Creekside Room
375 Throckmorton Ave
Mill Valley, California 94941

Special Poetry Event - Marchant, Kingston & Rader Reading
Sunday, December 7thCreekside Room - 3pm
Join us in the Creekside Room at the Mill Valley Library at 3:00 pm on Sunday December 7 for an afternoon of poetry featuring a rare visit by East Coast poet Fred Marchant, joined by Bay Area poets Maxine Hong Kingston and Dean Rader. This event is a collaboration of the Mill Valley Library and the Marin Poetry Center and is free and open to the Public.
Maxine Hong Kingston, the author of The Woman Warrior, China Men, Tripmaster Monkey, The Fifth Book of Peace, and other works, won the National Book Award, the National Medal of Arts, and the NBCC Award, among others. She is a former Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing at UC Berkeley.

Fred Marchant is the author of five books of poetry, among them Tipping Point, Full Moon Boat, and The Looking House. His newest collection, The Day Later, is forthcoming from Graywolf Press in 2016. He is founding director of the Suffolk University Poetry Project in Boston, MA.

Dean Rader’s Works & Days, won the 2010 T. S. Eliot Poetry Prize. Landscape Portrait Figure Form (Omnidawn) was a Barnes & Noble best poetry book. Self-Portrait as Wikipedia Entry will be published in 2016 by Copper Canyon Press. Dean is a professor at USF.
Registration recommended. Click here to register.
Thank you to the Mill Valley Library Foundation and the Friends for their generous support of Library programs and services. Click here to support Library events.
- See more at: http://www.millvalleylibrary.org/Index.aspx?page=195&recordid=18835#sthash.GA2j9DI1.dpuf
Special Poetry Event - Marchant, Kingston & Rader Reading
Date: 12/7/2014 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Cost: Free
Location: Creekside Room
375 Throckmorton Ave
Mill Valley, California 94941

Special Poetry Event - Marchant, Kingston & Rader Reading
Sunday, December 7thCreekside Room - 3pm
Join us in the Creekside Room at the Mill Valley Library at 3:00 pm on Sunday December 7 for an afternoon of poetry featuring a rare visit by East Coast poet Fred Marchant, joined by Bay Area poets Maxine Hong Kingston and Dean Rader. This event is a collaboration of the Mill Valley Library and the Marin Poetry Center and is free and open to the Public.
Maxine Hong Kingston, the author of The Woman Warrior, China Men, Tripmaster Monkey, The Fifth Book of Peace, and other works, won the National Book Award, the National Medal of Arts, and the NBCC Award, among others. She is a former Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing at UC Berkeley.

Fred Marchant is the author of five books of poetry, among them Tipping Point, Full Moon Boat, and The Looking House. His newest collection, The Day Later, is forthcoming from Graywolf Press in 2016. He is founding director of the Suffolk University Poetry Project in Boston, MA.

Dean Rader’s Works & Days, won the 2010 T. S. Eliot Poetry Prize. Landscape Portrait Figure Form (Omnidawn) was a Barnes & Noble best poetry book. Self-Portrait as Wikipedia Entry will be published in 2016 by Copper Canyon Press. Dean is a professor at USF.
Registration recommended. Click here to register.
Thank you to the Mill Valley Library Foundation and the Friends for their generous support of Library programs and services. Click here to support Library events.
- See more at: http://www.millvalleylibrary.org/Index.aspx?page=195&recordid=18835#sthash.GA2j9DI1.dpuf

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