HearSay Reading Featuring Steve Dickison

HearSay Reading Series
April 2, 2014, 7:30–9:00 pm
Nahl Hall, Oakland Campus

Free and open to the public
5212 Broadway (at College Avenue)
Contact: 510.597.3709 or humblepie@cca.edu

Note: Poet/activist Craig Santos Perez, who had to cancel, was originally scheduled for this day and time.

Steve Dickison is the current director of the Poetry Center and American Poetry Archives at San Francisco State University since 1999, teaches at SFSU as well as at California College of the Arts.

In addition to Dickison, featured student writers include Alyssa Montantes and Jeffrey Bussey.

Dickison is coeditor of Shuffle Boil, a music magazine, with David Meltzer (2002–06); editor and publisher of various works under the imprint Listening Chamber (with offshoots Rumor Books and Parrhesia Press); and coeditor of Prison/Culture (City Lights, 2009) and Homage to Etel Adnan (Post-Apollo, 2012). 

Additionally, his poetry Disposed was published by the Post-Apollo Press in 2007, and Wear You to the Ball was performed as collaboration with new music composer Bill Dietz in London and Berlin in 2009.

Recent poetry has appearead in the magazines Hambone, Aufgabe, Mandorla, Vanitas, and Amerarcana.

Dickison lives in San Francisco.

The evening's lineup also includes Writing and Literature students Alyssa Montantes and Jeffrey Bussey.

About the HearSay Reading Series

HearSay is the monthly literary reading series sponsored by the editorial staff of Humble Pie and the Writing and Literature Program. HearSay features CCA students and established Bay Area writers.

All HearSay events include delicious refreshments!

Visit us at humblepiemag.com for literary and visual art from past years, and to confirm dates and times.