An Evening of poetry with D.W. Lichtenberg, Britta Austin and Alisa Heinzman
Join us in welcoming three renowned poets in celebration of National Poetry Month.
D.W. Lichtenberg is the author of THE ANCIENT BOOK OF HIP (Fourteen Hills Press, November 2009), an exploration into the phenomenon of hip. He is a writer, filmmaker, caffeine addict, and obsessive cleaner. He's a Literary Death Match champion, a winner of the Michael Rubin Book Award, and the Wilner Award in the Short Story. D.W.L. grew up on the Main Line of Philadelphia and currently lives in San Francisco.
Britta Austin was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest. She moved to the San Francisco bay area in 2002 and received her BA in creative writing from San Francisco State University in 2006. Her work has appeared in Transfer Magazine and Watchword. She has been a member of the More Cowgirl Writers’ Collective and an editor for Small Desk Press, and has recently become a children’s docent at the San Francisco Botanical Garden. She lives, works and writes in San Francisco.
Alisa Heinzman lives in Oakland and attends Saint Mary’s College of California’s MFA Program. She is co-editor of the journal Calaveras. Her poems have appeared in Laurus and Inknode and are forthcoming in The Benefactor Magazine and Shampoo.