Thursdays at Readers Poetry Series: Patti Trimble & Fred Norman

Posted on May 23rd, 2016 by admin 

Join us every Thursday at 6:30 p.m. in our Readers Bookstore Fort Mason for our weekly FREE poetry series! Browse books while listening to internationally acclaimed poets and artists such as Jonathan Richman, David Meltzer, Diane di Prima and California Poet Laureate Al Young. The series is  curated by Friends’ Resident Poet Jack Hirschman. For a full line-up and more information please visit our website at

Proceeds from our bookstores benefit the San Francisco Public Library

This Thursday, May 26th,  we are excited to have Patti Trimble & Fred Norman read!

Patti Trimble‘s poetry is widely published and she performs her lyric poems in the USA and Europe. She lives in Sicily part-time, works with translations, and thinks often about the tower of Babel. She will read about Greek tragedy/myth, and will be reading some in Italian. You can find out more about Patti here.

Fred Norman served in the Marines and Air Force for 10 years and now is a member of Veterans For Peace, with the emphasis on Peace. He has a BA in Chinese Studies from SFSU and an MA in Writing from USF. What he calls his “sweeter” work of the past has been published in numerous local publications and in England, but he now writes almost exclusively on antiwar themes in the hope that he might someday write the words that would motivate others to try to put an end to war.

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