A New Cadence in May

A New Cadence Poetry Series


Kelly Holt
Carra Stratton

reading from their poetry

Thursday, May 11th, 2006
Felix Kulpa Gallery
107 Elm Street
Santa Cruz, CA 95060
Admission is free

Kelly Holt is a San Francisco native. She has two chapbooks, Jesstures (¡Mirab.dict!, 2005) and Equidistances (PonyXpress, 2000). Her poems have or will appear in Faux Press's Bay Poetics Anthology, Fulcrum, New American Writing, Jacket, 6,500, Mirage 4/Period(ical), Tolling Elves, Small Town, Commonweal and Fourteen Hills. She has taught at SFSU, Academy of Art University, and UC Santa Cruz, where she is a PhD Candidate in Literature. She is writing a dissertation on the Berkeley Renaissance poets and Ernst Kantorowicz.

Carra Stratton’s hopeful her name will suffice. She’s from Buffalo. She lives here now, where she goes to school.. no recent publications and it's embarrassing to list your publications with those 10 year gaps, like job resumes and the employers get suspicious because they think you could be a little mad or just not serious enough to stay. She suggests throwing mounds of paint on limos and persons -- red or blue. symbolism is confusing.

Contact Jim Maughn at 831-336-5409 or for more information.

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