Very excited to announce Yonsei Memory Project's "Storytelling for Change" Fellowship. The program will train new and experienced writers, artists, activists, organizers, educators, students, and local community members in the power of crafting and telling detailed, heart-moving, and inspiring personal stories that touch upon themes of civil injustice, civil liberties, and resilience. Do you have a story to tell? Please apply by September 1st!
"The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) and San Francisco Beautiful (SFB) today announced the five winners of the 2018 Muni Art Project. This year’s theme is “The Art of Poetry in San Francisco”. The five winning artists will have their newly created work presented along with five poems selected by the Poetry Society of America, all by local poets, displayed on 100 Muni buses that will be transformed into rolling art galleries throughout San Francisco beginning in January 2018."
Excited to host these folks! Facebook invite. Website. Lines and lyrics from Litquake Nation! Enjoy line breaks during your lunch break, as some of the Bay Area’s best poets and musicians share their work in the great outdoors. With James Cagney, Sandra Garcia Rivera, Bruce Snider, Aimee Suzara and Hierophonic.
This talk and reading was part of California Institute of Integral Studies' "Brown Bag Lunch Series."
Radio! Thanks to Hays Berry, Rafael Herrero, and MFA program at USF for this opportunity. "The world is always better with poetry. Listen to Brynn Saito talk about poetry in this wonderful interview with fellow poet Hays Berry. Let Brynn Saito read to you some of her poems and explain how her life and past have shaped her poetry..."
We wrote about art.