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Friday, July 21, 2017

Poets Daniel Rounds & Traci Gourdine - August 24th

Time Tested Books
and Ad Lumen Press
are pleased to present
Poet Daniel Rounds's eros zero
with Traci Gourdine 
Reading / Signing / Q&A
Thursday, August 24, 7:00pm

Join us for an evening with poets Daniel Rounds and Traci Gourdine, celebrating Rounds's new poetry collection eros zero from Ad Lumen Press. Don't miss it!

Daniel Rounds's poetry has been featured in Aufgabe, 3rd Bed, Goodfoot, XConnect, Fish Drum Magazine, and American River Review. His first book of poetry, some distant lateral present, was released by Ad Lumen Press in 2014. He lives and works in Sacramento.


Traci Gourdine's poetry and stories have been
published in numerous literary magazines, and she has been anthologized within Shepard and Thomas’ Sudden Fiction Continued (Norton Publishing). Traci and Quincy Troupe were paired in a year-long exchange of letters for the anthology Letters to Poets: Conversations about Poetics, Politics, and Community (Saturnalia Books). She is co-editor of Night is Gone, Day is Still Coming (Candlewick Press), an anthology of writing by young Native writers, as well as We Beg to Differ, poems by Sacramento poets against the war. She has also co-edited the Tule Review with Luke Breit for the Sacramento Poetry Center. Traci Gourdine is a professor of English at American River College and chaired the Creative Writing department for the California State Summer School for the Arts from 1998 - 2013. She was Chair of the Sacramento Poet Laureate Committee for three laureate terms. For ten years she facilitated writing workshops within several California state prisons in the Arts in Corrections program for the William James Association. Her recent collection is Ringing in the Wild, published by Ad Lumen Press in 2015.
This event is FREE and everyone is invited


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