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Wednesday, June 06, 2007

A reading ...

We pose for our 15 seconds of fame.
Photo by Sabena

... took place at Mother Kali's under the auspices of Gertrude Press and Equity Foundation. The audience was about thirty people, including Beloved and Daughter. I followed a poet and a novelist and there were a poet and a novelist after me; I was the autobiographer and read from the opening pages of Homecomings. The readings were well received and a good time was had by all. If you haven't been to Mother K's, go have a look-see and do support them; it's the oldest continuously operated feminist bookstore in the United States, and a real treasure.


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