Come hear Bay Area poet, Kit Kennedy read from her latest work and share her inspiration for poetic creativity and inspiring insight into the heart of everyday life.
Kit Kennedy is a poet’s poet. She co-authored of “Inconvenience” (Littoral Press, Berkeley) a fine print book about bowls with Susan Gangel, and her second book “While Eating Oysters” (CLWN WR Press, Brooklyn) is a collection of “blink poems,” short poignant poems akin to free style haiku. She also hosted to the renowned Gallery Cafe poetry reading series.
Kit seeks to be published in spaces with strange and wondrous names: Ambush Review, Arsenic Lobster, Blood Orange Review, Bombay Gin, Cezanne’s Carrot, FRiGG, Mannequin Envy, Over The Transom, Otoliths, Puppy Flowers, Triplopia, Uphook Press, Van Gogh’s Ear. Her forthcoming book of poems is due out later this year, “Constellations.” you can find her on her blog Small Poems and Small Plates where she captures her daily insights and musings about poetry and a passionate love of food.
Wow! The Heart of the Muse inaugural poetry reading launch was an ecstatic melange of poets and poetry, prose and song in an electrifying line up of luminary Bay Area poets.
The Heart of the Muse poetry forum was held Thursday, November 4, 2010 at Books Inc. in Alameda, California. The forum was filmed and recorded by Jeff Cambra ofAlameda Currents.
Hosted by Amos White
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