SF State is home to a diverse collection of world-class artists, philosophers, historians, political thinkers, broadcasters, dancers, designers, filmmakers, musicians and creative writers. They are the spirit behind the College of Liberal & Creative Arts — the College of Ideas — challenging artistic norms, experimenting across media, genre and traditions, engaging in the business of. Steve Dickison, a poet and writer, teaches writing and literature, as Lecturer in the Department of Creative Writing at San Francisco State University, and Adjunct Professor in the Department of Writing and Literature at California College of the Arts. Born and raised in Northern Minnesota, he moved to the Bay Area in 1983, attending classes in the Poetics Program at New College of California. Sep 18, 2020 · Join us for this reading by Poetry Center Book Award winner Ashley Toliver (“Spectra,” Coffee House Press). Award judge Jason Bayani will join her, reading his own work, with the two poets in conversation with one another and the audience. Emcee: Brent Awa Jensen. Supported by the National Endowment for the Arts. Free. “Ashley Toliver’s ‘Spectra’ is an immensely moving work.
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Poetry Center Digital Archive. Frank B. Wilderson III: February 14, 2019. DIVA @ Academic Technology. DIVA is a project of Academic Technology at San Francisco State University. For additional information about DIVA please visit our FAQ page. Choose Login Method. The University of Arizona Poetry Center's Audio Video Library features recordings from the Center's long-running Reading Series and other readings presented under the auspices of the Center. The earliest of these recordings is a Robert Creeley reading from 1963. John Norton Fellowship – year-long appointment (semester long appointments may be possible). Production / Post-Production (1 opening: PAID POSITION $15/hour) Funded by a gift to The Poetry Center at SFSU from the estate of John F. Norton*, the John Norton Fellowship enables an advanced student in Cinema or related studies to work with Doc Film Institute at SFSU to video-record all live.