You are invited!
Poetry at Paul's returns with:
Wayne Lee and Gregory Gutin.
Saturday April 2nd 6pm
Pot luck (bring something special) at 6pm
Poetry at 7pm
Open mic at 8pm
Open pit fire after.
Donations for the poets and SF Poetry and Prose accepted but not required.
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Wayne Lee's Biography
Wayne Lee's poems have appeared in Tupelo Press, New Millennium, The Ledge, The California Quarterly, New Mexico Poetry Review, New England Anthology of Poets, Steam Ticket, Sliver of Stone, Lowestoft Chronicle, Poets Against the War, The Floating Bridge Anthology, Clapboard House and other journals and anthologies. His collections Doggerel & Caterwauls: Poems Inspired by Cats and Dogs, and Twenty Poems from the Blue House (co-authored with his wife, Alice Lee), were published by Whistle Lake Press. His newest collection, Vortex, is forthcoming from Red Mountain Press. Lee's awards include the Emily Dickinson Award in Poetry, the William Stafford Award in Poetry, the Robert Penn Warren Award, the Charles Proctor Humor Award, and the Santa Fe Reporter's War Poetry Contest. He lives in Santa Fe, where he teaches at the Institute of American Indian Arts and runs a tutoring company.
A native of the Rocky Mountains, Gregory has lived in Northern New Mexico since 1992. His true passion is Middle and Near Eastern as well as North African percussion, which he has been performing in various ensembles for over 16 years. Writing poetry and dreaming the world into life is a side job, but is essential to his practice of living an authentic life. Gregory also works as an art therapist in private practice as well as with Partners in Education and the Georgia O'Keeffe education department as a teaching artist.