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Please come celebrate with our two newest poets!

November 10, 2018

3 -6 pm

 

Liquid Light Press Poets & Open Reading

Saturday,
November 10, 2018
3 - 6 pm

Featuring San Francisco poet, Jennifer Lothrigel, and Denver poet, Robert Cooperman, with open reading sign up available.

Glovinsky Gallery of Contemporary Art, at 800 W. 8th Ave., Denver, CO 80204

(303) 587-4237

Saturday, November 10, 2018, from 3:00 - 6:00 pm, we will be featuring San Francisco poet, Jennifer Lothrigel, and Denver poet, Robert Cooperman, reading from their new chapbooks with open reading sign up available.

    Jennifer Lothrigel

    Jennifer Lothrigel

    Jennifer Lothrigel is a poet, artist and healer residing in the San Francisco Bay area. Her work has been published in Trivia - Voices of FeminismNarrative NortheastPoetry QuarterlyThe Bitter Oleander PressThe Tishman ReviewCorvus Review and elsewhere.Visit her online at www.JenniferLothrigel.com.

    In Pneuma, Jennifer Lothrigel bares her heart-felt insight with artistic grace.

     

    Pneuma

    Pneuma

    Robert Cooperman

    Robert Cooperman

    Robert Cooperman was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, and received a BA from Brooklyn College, whose bogus and interminable football fight song he and college friends love to inflict on unsuspecting acquaintances.  In 1974 Cooperman enrolled at the University of Denver, where he earned a Ph.D. in Creative Writing and 19th Century British Literature.  Since then, Cooperman has published 18 poetry collections, most recently Draft Board Blues (FutureCycle Press), which was named one of Ten Great Reads by Colorado authors of 2017 by West Word Magazine.  In the Colorado Gold Fever Mountains (Western Reflections Books) won the Colorado Book Award for Poetry in 2000.  My Shtetl  won the Holland Prize from Logan House Books.  Also, forthcoming in late 2018 is Their Wars, from Aldrich Press.  Cooperman lives in Denver with his wife Beth.

    In Saved by the Dead, Robert Cooperman flashes us back through the mysteries, revelations and aspirations of the 1960's on a silver screen of the present.

     Saved by the Dead

Please enjoy the full recording of our 2014 winter solstice live radio show featuring Rachel Kellum, Erika Moss Gordon, Lynda La Rocca & M. D. Friedman reading from their chapbooks on KFRC Radio's Poetry Show.