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Reading at SF Main Library Sunday, Dec. 13, 1pm

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The Tenderloin Reflection and Education Center & the San Francisco Public Library present:

Freedom Voices

Speaking to and from the Margins

 


Sunday, December 13, 1pm
San Francisco Public Library
100 Larkin Street @ Grove, lower level

Readings  from new and forthcoming  books:

Upcoming Readings from American Day Dream by Margot Pepper

Freedom Voices

 

Sunday, Mar. 1, 2014 // 2pm

Bird & Beckett – 653 Chenery St. San Francisco, CA
415.586.3733 // www.bird-beckett.com

 

 

 

Saturday, Mar. 14, 2014 // 2:30pm

Oakland Public Library, Temescal Branch
5205 Telegraph Avenue, Oakland, CA
510.597.5058 // www.oaklandlibrary.org

 

Press Packet for Sugaree Rising, a novel by J. Douglas Allen-Taylor published by Freedom Voices

Freedom Voices

Press Release on Acquiring Sugaree: http://freedomvoices.org/new/sugaree-signed

Individual Book Orders: http://freedomvoices.org/new/sugaree

Hi Resolution Book Cover for Publicity Use:

http://freedomvoices.org/new/files/Sugaree396cremeCENTERFRONTREV11-4-12.pdf

To come:

Author Photo:

Readings and Signing Events:

Reviews:

William Everson/Brother Antoninus Centennial Celebrations in Berkeley and Santa Cruz


 

Berkeley Celebrates Centennial of Poet William Everson / Brother Antoninus

Event will honor the shaman/poet of the California landscape, prophet of erotic spirituality, and herald of the environmental revolution

 

Freedom Voices Reading, Tuesday June 26 - 6pm, SF Main Library

Freedom Voices

The Tenderloin Reflection and Education Center & the San Francisco Public Library present

Freedom Voices : SPEAKING TO AND FROM THE MARGINS

Tuesday, June 26, 2012, 6:00pm

San Francisco Main Library 100 Larkin Street @ Grove, lower level

Featuring recent and forthcoming books:

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Freedom Voices Reading, Tuesday June 26 - 6pm, SF Main Library

Freedom Voices

Art and Activism: 1930s and Today

Art Hazelwood

Paul Boden
Organizing Director, Western Regional Advocacy Project
and 
Art Hazelwood 
author of Hobos to Street People

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Eric Robertson

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