POETS! every 1st & 3rd Monday
Monday, April 15th – 7-9 pm
Ronald Sauer & Agneta Falk
followed by an open mic
Cosmopolitan pillars of the North Beach poetry scene, Ronald Sauer and Agneta Falk have riveted poetry audiences in cafes and auditoriums, on outdoor festival stages, in vast amphitheaters and narrow alleyways…
they return to Bird & Beckett with poems in hand…
Agneta Falk was born in Stockholm, Sweden in 1946. She is a poet, visual artist, editor and translator. In her twenties she moved to England, and in 1998 she moved to San Francisco.
Ronald F. Sauer is a poet/New Yorker in North Beach, San Francisco. A compulsive talker, musician, artist, art collector & curator, translator of Baudelaire (and many a great French poet), Summa-cum-laude for Horizontal Angelology (Ph.d, Oxymoron Divinity School), upstart cosmologist, aficionado of insomniac starlight, the bane of pretense, philately and cheeky ducks; he is also haberdasher to the blithely impoverished.
Available Now at Bird & Beckett
Hot off the press from your neighborhood bookshop just in time for the lame duck period. 75 million voters, and counting, have rejected fascism and lies. 70 million haven’t yet made that commitment. Bully Goat’s Bluff might change a few of their minds.
Fits nicely in an invitation envelope for mailing. Fits in a pocket as well.
~~ Poetry as philosophy to plumb the deeper truths of these times ~~
$15 and worth every penny
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