Labor Day Poetry at PAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE

On Monday, September 2, 2019, PAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE, Long Beach’s most recent addition to a long tradition of used book stores, will be the host of an afternoon-long poetry reading that will celebrate the Labor Day holiday. Here is the line-up. Hope to see you!

2714 E 4th St, Long Beach, CA 90814
Phone: (562) 588-7075

“One cannot tell from the taste of the oats the conditions under which it was grown.”

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 2019

1:00-2:00pm
Fred Voss
Bill Mohr
Erin Foley

2:00-3:00pm
Bill Friday
Jane Sprague
Kevin Ridgeway
Darren Taylor

3:00-4:00pm
Donna Hilbert
Kelsey Bryan-Zwick
Robert Jay

4:00-5:00pm (store closes at 6:00pm)
“Open Time”

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Fred Voss and I have often published poems in this quarterly journal of progressive working-class literature. Published in Norfolk, Virginia by Partisan Press, and founded over 15 years ago, its mission is to encourage those who do the work that enables culture to thrive to articulate the conditions of that work. “One cannot tell from the taste of the oats the conditions under which it was grown.” Marx’s observation should still give us pause, eh?

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