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WINTER SOUL

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The upper Truckee River in winter
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Courtesy Dan I. Slobin Archives
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Gigging since mid-20th century: Al Young at piano, age 16; Detroit, Winter 1956

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Photo: Joyce Jenkins

L-R | Contributors Geri Digiorno, Michael McClure, M.L. Liebler, Al Young, Sue Doro say cheese to more than one camera at Diesel|A Bookstore, Oakland, following a reading for WORKING WORDS: Punching the Clock and Kicking Out the Jams (Coffee House Press), 16 January 2011

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Sunset bridge (Oakland-SF Bay Bridge shot from Skates on the Bay, Berkeley Marina, early January 2011)

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Slow fade to the Berkeley Pier at sundown

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A Glacial Night in January Warmed by Sunset Poetry

Courtesy still from Sausalito Art Gallery slide show

Studio 333 at 333 Caledonia Street, Sausalito, CA 94965 | Click here to view poetry events at Why There Are Words


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L-R | Indigo Moor, Dona (La Tigresa) Nieto, Al Young, host/emcee Martin Hickel, Tracy Wynn, Giovanni Singleton (back to camera), Gini Savage, Adam David Miller

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Photographer Bill Klemens kindly repairs Al Young’s eyeglasses for the evening reading | Zelda (Suzanne Becker) all set and ever-ready to shoot up the night with her light

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Writer/therapist Katie Amatruda and Al Young

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La Tigresa in sacred idiom


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Poets Indigo Moor, Dona Nieto (La Tigresa) and Al Young featured at Studio 333’s Sunset Poetry series in Sausalito, CA, 5 January 2011

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Painter Elizabeth Hack, creator of the blog Peace, Hope & 9/11: Voices from San Francisco, web designer Niya Sisk, and contributing poet Al Young meet in Oakland’s Rockridge district on a December Saturday to discuss the site’s new format and look.

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December 21, 2010
Winter Solstice and a total lunar eclipse converge for the first time in 372 years.


The total lunar eclipse of Y2K 2000

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December 20, 2010
Photographs of the December 21, 2010 lunar eclipse taken by novelist Joanne Meschery as she watched it from her valley home in the High Sierras.


© Joanne Meschery

The northeastern side of the novelist-photographer’s High Sierras valley, looking towards Reno

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