Love and Errors Book Release Party – a book of poetry by Kimberly Dark

Love and Errors Book Release Party – a book of poetry by Kimberly Dark

Event Info:

  • Apr 27, 2018
  • 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
  • $5 - $15 Sliding Scale

Details

Join us for a celebration of Kimberly Dark’s new book of poetry, Love and Errors. She’ll read from the book and also be joined by a few other local poets who will read from her book and share one of their own poems as well.

Advance praise for Love and Errors:
“Few poets are such good storytellers, and Kimberly Dark is a raconteur to be reckoned with. In these poems, Dark gathers the difficult and the beautiful, navigating each with generous curiosity and tender consideration. Love and Errors is a collection bursting with clever observation and alluring imperative alike….” – Dr. Meg Day, author of Last Psalm at Sea Level

 

Kimberly Dark is a writer, professor and raconteur, working to reveal the hidden architecture of everyday life one clever essay, poem, and story at a time. She uses humor, surprise and intimacy to help audiences discover their influences, and reclaim their power as social creators. Kimberly teaches in Sociology and Women’s Studies at CSU, San Marcos. She also teaches writing and theatre courses for Cal State Summer Arts.

Kimberly Dark has written award-winning plays, taught and performed for a wide range of audiences in various countries over the past two decades. She is the author of Love and Errors, a book of poetry and Co-Editor of the anthology Ways of Being in Teaching. Her essays appear in popular online publications such as Everyday Feminism and Ravishly. Her poetry and prose are available in various literary and academic publications. Kimberly’s storytelling performances and interactive lectures make big, complex ideas relatable at campuses, conferences, companies and anywhere people seek startling revelations and positive change. Beloved by diverse audiences, Kimberly crosses boundaries to show how we must engage all the wisdom and verve we have to create the most compassionate, fair and inclusive world we can.

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