Los Angeles Literature Events 7/06/20 – 7/12/20

Most Events Are Online/Virtual DUE TO CORONAVIRUS CONCERNS

1200px-Robert_Louis_Stevenson_Branch_Library,_Los_AngelesBilingual Storytime / Hora de cuentos bilingue via Robert Louis Stevenson Branch Library Instagram Online – Kids Event

Join us on Robert Louis Stevenson Branch Library’s Instagram for Bilingual Storytime for children, to enjoy stories, rhymes, and songs in Spanish and English.  

Where: Robert Louis Stevenson Branch Library, LAPL Instagram online

Date: Monday the 6th

Time: 3 pm

Address: Online event (see site)

Website: https://www.lapl.org/whats-on/events/bilingual=storytimela-hora-de-cuentas-binlingue   

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Los Angeles Literature Events 6/29/20 – 7/05/20

Most Events Are Online/Virtual DUE TO CORONAVIRUS CONCERNS

101824415_2938018659584926_7961281379935715328_oDig Deeper Virtual Storytime via South Pasadena Library Online – Kids Event

Our Children’s Librarians read stories, share finger-plays, songs and flannel-board stories, weekly through July 27th. Each week’s event will be available for viewing starting at 10:30 am Monday, and will be available to view through Thursday of that week. For more information about the Summer Reading Program, visit the library website.

Where: South Pasadena Library Online (see event site)

Date: Monday the 29th

Time: 10:30 am – 11 am

Address: Online event

Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/697708884358392/

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Los Angeles Literature Events 6/22/20 – 6/28/20

Most Events Are Online/Virtual DUE TO CORONAVIRUS CONCERNS

UCLA-Writing-Project-logoUCLA WP Writers Project Teachers Event – Online

UCLA Writing Project presents: Launching Writer’s Workshop (Grades Pre-K – 6th), and online event held for five “packed” days, June 22 – June 26.

We’ll immerse ourselves in the nitty-gritty of Writer’s Workshop: helping students generate topics, constructing pointed and powerful mini-lessons, incorporating mentor texts, responding to young writers, and dabbling in publishing and celebration options, too. All will learn the experience being a writer in a workshop classroom. (May be eligible for LAUSD PD hours)

NOTE: RSVP at website link, to see costs and details.

Where: Online event (Register in advance)

Dates: Monday the 22nd at 9am – Friday the 26th at 2pm

Time: 9 am – 2 pm

Address: Online event

Website: https://facebook.com/event/546825142692698/

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Los Angeles Literature Events 5/11/20 – 5/17/20

NOTE: All Events Are Online/Vritual DUE TO CORONAVIRUS CONCERNS

FB_IMG_1589165147428Roots: Family History Project with VSU Bruins

The Roots; Family History Project is for those who want to share their Vietnamese and/or Southeast Asian-American stories or the stories of their parents, family or friends. You must fill out an interest form available online and a journalist will contact you to follow up.

Where: Online-Virtual event

Date: Monday the 11th & Tuesday the 12th         

Time: 12 am – 12 am

Address: Online/Virtual event (see website link for information)

Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/2522207648097351/  

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Los Angeles Literature Events 4/16/19 – 4/21/19

downloadRed Hen Press 25th Anniversary Poetry Reading at the Annenberg Beach House

Please join us to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Red Hen Press with a poetry reading event featuring four Red Hen Press poets:

Katherine Coles is a poet and educator who served from 2006-2012 as Utah’s third poet laureate, and currently serves as inaugural director of the Harriet Monroe Poetry Institute and the co-director of the Utah Symposium in Science and Literature.

Matty Layne Glasgow is the author of the poetry collection, deciduous queen, selected by Richard Blanco as the winner of the Benjamin Saltman Award and forthcoming from Red Hen Press in 2019.

Kim Dower is the author of four poetry collections, all from Red Hen Press: Air Kissing on Mars (2010), Slice of Moon (2013), Last Train to the Missing Planet (2016), and her new book, Sunbathing on Tyrone Powers’ Grave (2019).

Jessy Randall is the author of the poetry collections: Suicide Hotline Hold (2016), There Was an Old Woman (2015), Injecting Dreams into Cows (2012), A Day in Boyland (2007).

The readings will be accompanied by jeweler Nicole Foos’ talk on “Stories from Stones.”

Where: Annenberg Beach House

Date: Tuesday the 16th

Time:  6:30 pm – 8 pm

Address: 415 Pacific Coast Highway, at Beach House Way, Santa Monica, CA 90402

Website: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/red-hen-press-katherine=coles-matty-layne-glasgow-jessy-randall-kim-dower-registration-56671131881

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