On Sunday 16 October 2022 former Nevada County resident Susan Suntree read from her books Sacred Sites and Dear Traveler. Nevada City Odd Fellows Vice Noble Grand Tynowyn provided musical accompaniment.
Join Us for our monthly Potluck at 5:30 212 Spring St.
See you there!
Susan returns to Seven Stars Gallery in Nevada City to read from her latest works of poetry. October 16th 2:30 PM 210 Spring St.
Susan Suntree is an award-winning poet, performer, and essayist whose recent books of poetry included Dear Traveler and the updated paperback and audiobook release of her non-fiction epic poem Sacred Sites: The Secret History of Southern California which won the Southern California Independent Booksellers Association Award for Nonfiction, the PEN Oakland Josephine Miles Award for Narrative Poetry, a Mellon Foundation Elemental Arts Award, and was a finalist for a Society of Voice Arts and Sciences prize. Other books include Eye of the Womb, also published in Madrid as a bilingual edition, El Ojo de la Matriz; Tulips, a bilingual chapbook of translations of poetry by Spanish poet Ana Rossetti; Rita Moreno, YA biography; Wisdom of the East; Stories of Compassion, Inspiration and Love for which the Dalai Lama wrote the foreword. http://www.susansuntree.com/
“Susan Suntree powerfully adds her work to the travel poem traditions of her Classical Japanese predecessors, Saigyō and Bashō. Dear Traveler is a Postmodern travel diary taking us on a journey through “a fevered civilization.” These poems shine with moments of quiet astonishment as they guide us into the interior of the self during these turbulent times. Her poems remind us ‘Your wild life is listening.’” -Alan Soldofsky