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Writers' Row examines its own creation story
Poet, Tresha Haefner takes the prize!...
Local NoHo Poets, Jessica Wilson & Radomir Luza, read their latest collective work at Republic of Pies....
Los Angeles Poet Society & Writer' Row bring a new summer poetry contest. The contest poses the question "Why did you come to LA?" Enter the contest with a minimum $1 donation, and win a minimum of $25 cash prize!...
This is it! The apocalypse has sprung, and is taking root at the Last Bookstore in downtown Los Angeles! ...
On February 12, 2012 the Cocoanut Grove in Santa Cruz hosted Poetry Festival Santa Cruz, the last of which occurred in the early 1980s! Magnitudes of talent ranged the stage from Wanda Coleman to Jack Hirschman to S.A. Griffin. It was a proud day for poetry!
It was time for poetry to step up and go to the masses....
100 Thousand Poets For Change represent LA at Beyond Baroque...
Writers' Row begins its Celebration of Women Writers...
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Jessica Wilson Jessica M. Wilson is a poet from Los Angeles, CA. She holds her Master of Fine Arts in Writing from Otis College, and a BA in both Creative Writing and Art History from UC Riverside. She is the founder of the Los Angles Poet Society, Writers' Row: Downtown Los Angeles' Official Written Art Showcase, and Soapbox Poets which is a collaborative group of artists delivering their work to the masses. She promotes 100 Thousand Poets for Change with founders Michael Rothenberg and Terri Carrion.She teaches Poetry at Beyond Baroque Literary Arts Center for CPITS (California Poets in the Schools). Jessica's work will be represented in the upcoming anthology, In The Company of Women, to be released early in 2012. Catch her debut book of poetry "Marie Morrison", also released in 2012.