3.16.2005

Spoken Word Salon at Zoey’s Café
730pm THURSDAY MARCH 17
Catherine Daly and Mary Kay Rummel
with special guests Elijah Imlay and Sophia Kidd

Catherine Daly has published two poetry collections in
2003: Locket, from Tupelo Press, and the trilogy
DaDaDa, from SALT Publishing. She received an MFA
from Columbia University in 1991. An applications
architect for fifteen years, she created systems for
Citigroup, Deutsche Bank, space shuttle orbiter, SONY,
and Universal. She created and taught the first
online poetry workshops at UCLA Extension’s Writers’
Program in addition to critical theory, women’s
studies, and literature courses at UCLA Extension,
Antioch LA, West LA College, LA Southwest College,
etc. and has been teaching on and off since an
undergraduate teacher’s assistantship in the History
of Mathematics.

“Green Journey, Red Bird”, a new collection of Mary
Kay Rummel’s poems (Loonfeather Press), joins “This
Body She’s Entered,” (published by New Rivers Press as
a Minnesota Voices Award winner) and “The Long Road
Into North” (Juniper Press). Her publication credits
include literary journals and anthologies, most
recently ArtLife, Nimrod, Northeast and California
Quarterly. She has performed with musicians, at
colleges, bookstores, and galleries in the US, and in
London and Dublin. As a winner of a Lake Superior
Writers Award, her poems were part of a dance
performance. A professor emeritus at the University of Minnesota, Mary Kay Rummel now lives in Ventura and teaches at CSUCI.

with special guests Sophia Kidd & Elijah Imlay
open mic follows; pass the hat
El Jardin Courtyard 451 E. Main St Ventura
btwn Oak & California;
from LA, get off at California; from SB, take Main
exit
805/652-0091 zoeyscafe.com
gwendolynalley@yahoo.com

NEXT MONTH IS NATIONAL POETRY MONTH!

The Writing Life Speaker Series
at Ventura College Presents:
April 4: Amy Uyematsu, Shelley Savren and kurt
April 18: Jen Hofer and Jorge Monterrosa

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