August 19, 2017, Ripton, VT: Class, “Poems from Genesis and the Genesis of Poems” (for Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference participants).
September 16, 2017, Pacifica: Reading with Lisa Rosenberg, Florey’s Book Company, 2120 Palmetto Ave, 7 PM.
October 22, 2017, Claremont: Reading with Carol V. Davis, Fourth Sundays at the Claremont Library, 208 Harvard Ave, 2 PM.
November 14, 2017, Oakland: California College of the Arts, 5212 Broadway.
Winter Quarter 2018: Poetry Workshop through the UCLA Extension Writers’ Program.
Late March-early April 2018: Indiana, Iowa, Illinois (details forthcoming).
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Category Archives: Jeopardy!
The Teachers Tournament is in reruns right now–last week was the quarterfinals, and this week we have three days of semifinals and then the two-day final. So I’ll wait to finish this account until the reruns are over. Two events … Continue reading
As of this writing, the Teachers’ Tournament has been over for about six weeks, a few dozen more contestants have come down the pike, and we’re heading into the last month or so of Season 33. It’s also summer, so … Continue reading
Are you noticing that the 2017 Teachers Tournament group is not visibly diverse? Because I did. And am. I’m glad I got to be in it–so glad! And I’m grateful to have met these delightful people, whom I now consider … Continue reading
It’s great to have the airing of the quarterfinal game behind me! I was kind of anxious and keyed up last week. I felt weird and exposed and everything was heightened and I had trouble with naming the feelings I was having. (I actually … Continue reading
Have you signed up for the online test yet? Here’s Chris, one of last year’s semifinalists and a teacher from Pennsylvania, urging you to take the 13-minute test that could change your life: Well, tomorrow is the big day! I … Continue reading
And we’re off! Gail won Monday’s game, but both George and Graham have a shot at a wild card berth. That was a tough Final Jeopardy! question in the category A YEAR OF FIRSTS: Year in which the Dept. of Energy … Continue reading