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Saturday, October 24th 6-10pm 
Amor Eterno Arte 
1227 18th Ave 

Pochino Press is proud to release this art and poetry book of 22 original linocuts from East Oakland tattoo artist, Chamuco. Join us at Amore Eterno gallery to get your signed copy! Meet Chamuco, view the original Linocuts on display and hear the East Oakland Native Poets perform pieces from the book.


order the book now here!

 
 
(Re) Emergence: Perspectives on Asian America
October 17th
7:15pm - 8:15pm
Noisebridge Hackerspace
2169 Mission St, San Francisco, California 94110

facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/519571901535407/

Tonight’s readings explore the fluidity of identity from Asian-American perspectives, drawing upon roots as diverse as Iran and Taiwan. The San Francisco Lit Crawl consists of dozens of literary events that occur on the same night in the Mission district. It's like a pub crawl, but instead, has hundreds of people who are part of Litquake going from reading to reading.

A Pochino Press event will occur at Noisebridge during phase 2 of the Crawl, which is between 7.15 and 8.15 pm on October 17. Pochino Press offers a multi-media stage for change makers and culture creators.

The readers for this event will be:

Eileen Kaur Alden
"Super Sikh" Co-Creator/Comic Book Writer/First known person to become Sikh as a result of doing extensive research for a comic book.

Anhvu Buchanan
Anhvu Buchanan is the author of "The Disordered" and "Backhanded Compliments & Other Ways to Say I Love You." He has a MFA in Creative Writing from San Francisco State University. He teaches at The Berkeley School.

Amol Ray
The son of Indian immigrants, Amol’s work examines how narrative, identity, and context are used to create meaning and exert control. He is an alum of the VONA workshop and the Mills College MFA program.

Maryam Roberts
Maryam Roberts brings her storytelling skills to all her creative endeavors, including writing, photography, digital presentation, and consulting on leadership and company culture.

Daniel Zarazua
Daniel's current project is exploring Black and Latino communities in Taiwan drawing upon a background that includes DJing, photography, and as a high school teacher.