Dale Harris, Mary Oishi, Erin Northern, Ann Hunkins,Tanaya Winder, Jasmine Cuffee, Sylvia Ramos Cruz and Gayle Lauradunn
Event is free and open to the public.For more info contact Cat Jabar, firstname.lastname@example.org
More about the venue, it is the Albuquerque Bernalillo County Special Collections branch, located on the northwest corner of Central & Edith, directly across Central from the Artichoke Cafe, which is both good food and a good landmark! The library itself is a 1925 Pueblo/Spanish Revival style home and is a historic building, really fun to visit. Parking is tricky, watch out for signs about not parking where it is permit only. Metered parking is available on the west side of Edith though. Come early, carpool, ride your bike or walk if you are nearby, enjoy this gorgeous spring weather.
In Honor of National Poetry Month, Larry Goodell features with Open Mic at Poetry at the Range Cafe, Bernalillo April 9 Wed 7-9 pm. Free!
Poet Larry Goodell will be the feature performing poetry at Poetry at The Range Cafe, Bernalillo, NM, 7-9 pm Wednesday, April 9, 2014. 7- 9 pm. Free admission. Limited open mic (2 poems per poet) with signup at 6:30 pm. Come enjoy a fine dinner, dessert and libations before the show in the Range Cafe. Signed copies of the authors' books will be available at the reading and in the Range Gift Shop.
Hosted by Bill Nevins, Poetry at the Range happens every second Wednesday of each month at The Range Cafe, main street in Bernalillo New Mexico
LARRY GOODELL was born in 1935 in Roswell, New Mexico. He is married to Lenore Goodell, photographer & phenologist, and has lived in Placitas since 1963, extending poetry into its ceremonial roots – performance, masks, costume, lighting, song, scene, with cloth or painted backings to poems when appropriate. Although tagged as a performance poet since the early 60's he loves the printed page and founded duende press in '64.
His writing comes from the myth of local inspiration, and often generates from organic gardening and love for New Mexico. He is a risk-taker in language who avoids revision considering the hand written original as precedent. His work is often satirical and seriously funny. Books: Cycles, 1966 (duende press), Firecracker Soup, 1990 (Cinco Puntos Press), Out of Secrecy, 1992 (Yoo-Hoo Press), Here on Earth, 1996 (La Alameda Press). His online work is on the move, see http://about.me/larrygoodell for interviews, articles, numerous poems, plays, songs and a blog on 3 dimensional poetry.