AfroSurreal Reading Series Debut 530pm Free
D. Scot Miller and guests read new and old work at The Octopus Literary Salon in Oakland followed by an open mic.
A simple affair, a possible series, so please attend and get involved!
D. Scot Miller
D. Scot Miller is an Oakland-based writer, artist and curator. A regular contributor to San Francisco Museum Of Modern Art, The East Bay Express, Mosaic Magazine, he sits on the board of advisors to giovanni singleton's Nocturnes Literary review, and is the author of The AfroSurreal Manifesto.
Maeve Cornell Taylor
A graduate of Columbia University, Cornell-Taylor is an Editorial Coordinator at University of California Press. She will be debuting poems from her newest collection.
Ayize Jama Everett
Ayize Jama-Everett (born 1974) is an African-American science fiction and speculative fiction writer. He is the author of the trilogy The Liminal People (self-published, 2009; Small Beer Press, 2012), The Liminal War (Small Beer Press, 2015) and The Entropy of Bones (Small Beer Press, 2015).