For the final week of National Poetry Month, L.A. Letters spotlights four books pushing the poetic envelope.
This week L.A. Letters spotlights four recent poetry books with connections to San Francisco, the Beat Generation, and Surrealism.
Founded in 1992, 5th St. Dick's was known for the coffee and late night jazz sessions, and the spirit of it's proprietor Richard Fulton.
This week L.A. Letters picks up where last week's column left off, with a long list of special events, venues, and announcements related to National Poetry Month.
One thing not as easily seen in South East L.A. cities like Bell, Bell Gardens, Cudahy, Huntington Park, Maywood, and South Gate is that they are brimming with artists.
This week L.A. Letters celebrates National Poetry Month with a litany of locations for live poetry.