San Francisco Poetics

USF Graduate Program in Writing

The Bindery hosts the concluding event in Prof. D. A. Powell's "San Francisco Poetics," an open classroom experience celebrating poets in San Francisco. The founding director of the University of San Francisco's Master of Fine Arts degree in writing program, Aaron Shurin, will read and discuss his own work and how it relates to ideas of community and culture in San Francisco. Graduate students from the USF's MFA program will read poems written this semester


This is what SF/Arts curator Evan Karp had to say about San Francisco Poetics :

D. A. Powell (“Useless Landscape, or A Guide for Boys”) presents students of his USF Graduate Program in Writing course “San Francisco Poetics” reading new works. The students will share the stage with the poet and founding diretor of the program Aaron Shurin (“Citizen”), who reads and discusses his own work and how it relates to ideas of community and culture in San Francisco.

Event Info
Dec 05
Wed at 7:30 pm
Free; RSVP appreciated
The Bindery
1727 Haight St., San Francisco
Info: 863-8688
Venue: 415-863-8688
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