Dan Brady – Sacred Grounds Cafe – San Francisco, California 2019

Dan Brady:  http://www.creativeideasforyou.com/emailpage.html

Sacred Grounds Café: 2095 Hayes @ Cole: 387-3859 Fine poetry and good food since 1972; the longest running open mic in San Francisco!

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  1. Greetings Dan Brady, Dennis J Bernstein here from the Flashpoints Show syndicated on Pacifica. Greetings Dear Book-Workers, Dennis J Bernstein here from the Flashpoints Show syndicated on Pacifica. My commrade in poetic arms suggested i get in touch with you. I have just come out with a brand new big book of poems, FIVE OCEANS IN A TEASPOON, with visualizations and animations by visual wizard , Warren Lehrer. I am now hoping to set up readings and visual presentations. The animations are accompanied by original music by one of the composer/performers from Hamilton. FIVE OCEANS is an autobiography in poetry, distributed by Publisher Group West (PGW)… It was recently featured at CITYLORE Gallery in New York City. http://citylore.org/event/five-oceans-and-a-teaspoon-gallery-tour-reading-2/ with blow-ups and animations for 15 poems. The website for the book and animations is at fiveoceansinateaspoon.com/ .The animations with music are easily mobile and shown a slide projector…

    Attached below are a display of the poems as a part of a recent award posting from the from Design Incubation

    https://designincubation.com/publications/abstracts/five-oceans-in-a-teaspoon/?fbclid=IwAR0zrkcMxOwoHwARmBEF26A88a7n8s3VOrqjjXqyDgNkeuOFPDyG929C7Q0

    Do you think your legendary Sacred Grounds Cafe might interested in a reading and possible showing of the visuals at your lovely bookstore. Bio below…

    Thank you for your considerationGreatest Respect, Dennis J Bernstein Exec. Producer, Flashpoints, syndicated on Pacifica Radio dennisjbernstein@gmail.com 510-301-1031

    Dennis J Bernstein lives in San Francisco. He is the award-winning host/producer of Flashpoints, syndicated on public and community radio stations across the United States. Bernstein is the recipient of many awards for his work, including the 2015 Pillar Award in Broadcast Journalism. In 2009, Pulse Media named him one of the “20 Top Global Media Figures.” Bernstein’s articles and essays have appeared in numerous newspapers and magazines including The New York Times, Denver Post, Philadelphia Enquirer, Newsday, The Nation, Dallas Times Herald, San Francisco Chronicle, Boston Globe, Mother Jones, Village Voice, The Progressive, Vibe Magazine, Spin Magazine, Toronto Globe, Kyoto Journal, Der Spiegel, and many more. Bernstein is the author of Henry Hyde’s Moral Universe, and the co-author of two decks of political trading cards, Friendly Dictators and The S&L Scandal Trading Cards. He founded The Muriel Rukeyser Reading Series in Park Slope Brooklyn, and broadcast it over public and community radio in New York City; the series was named after his friend and mentor, the late poet and biographer, Muriel Rukeyser. Bernstein also produced the first complete live, 35 hour broadcast of James Joyce’s Ulysses in the U.S. at New York’s Bloomsday Bookstore. He is author of the poetry collection Special Ed: Voices from a Hidden Classroom, which won the 2012 Artists Embassy International Literary Cultural Award. His poetry has appeared in The New York Quarterly, The Chimaera, Bat City Review, The Progressive, Texas Observer, ZYZZYVA, Red River Review, and numerous other journals. Alice Walker, Pulitzer Prize winning author of The Color Purple, writes that Special Ed “is art turned to us through the eyes of love.” Carol Smaldino says in The Huffington Post that the poems remind us how “we are all connected to the sorrows as well as to the grandness of being human.” Bernstein’s earliest poems appeared as a chapbook, Particles of Light, with woodcuts by Stan Kaplan. His artists’ books/plays French Fries and GRRRHHHH: a study of social patterns, co-authored with Warren Lehrer, are considered seminal works in the genre, and are in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, the Georges Pompidou Centre, I have just come out with a brand new big book of poems, FIVE OCEANS IN A TEASPOON, with visualizations and animations by visual wizard , Warren Lehrer. I am now hoping to set up readings and visual presentations. The animations are accompanied by original music by one of the composer/performers from Hamilton. FIVE OCEANS is an autobiography in poetry, distributed by Publisher Group West (PGW)… It was recently featured at CITYLORE Gallery in New York City. http://citylore.org/event/five-oceans-and-a-teaspoon-gallery-tour-reading-2/ with blow-ups and animations for 15 poems. The website for the book and animations is at fiveoceansinateaspoon.com/ .The animations with music are easily mobile and shown a slide projector…

    Attached below are a display of the poems as a part of a recent award posting from the from Design Incubation

    https://designincubation.com/publications/abstracts/five-oceans-in-a-teaspoon/?fbclid=IwAR0zrkcMxOwoHwARmBEF26A88a7n8s3VOrqjjXqyDgNkeuOFPDyG929C7Q0

    Do you think would interested in a reading and possible showing of the visuals at your lovely bookstore. Bio below…

    Thank you for your consideration Greatest Respect, Dennis J Bernstein Exec. Producer, Flashpoints, syndicated on Pacifica Radio

    Dennis J Bernstein lives in San Francisco. He is the award-winning host/producer of Flashpoints, syndicated on public and community radio stations across the United States. Bernstein is the recipient of many awards for his work, including the 2015 Pillar Award in Broadcast Journalism. In 2009, Pulse Media named him one of the “20 Top Global Media Figures.” Bernstein’s articles and essays have appeared in numerous newspapers and magazines including The New York Times, Denver Post, Philadelphia Enquirer, Newsday, The Nation, Dallas Times Herald, San Francisco Chronicle, Boston Globe, Mother Jones, Village Voice, The Progressive, Vibe Magazine, Spin Magazine, Toronto Globe, Kyoto Journal, Der Spiegel, and many more. Bernstein is the author of Henry Hyde’s Moral Universe, and the co-author of two decks of political trading cards, Friendly Dictators and The S&L Scandal Trading Cards. He founded The Muriel Rukeyser Reading Series in Park Slope Brooklyn, and broadcast it over public and community radio in New York City; the series was named after his friend and mentor, the late poet and biographer, Muriel Rukeyser. Bernstein also produced the first complete live, 35 hour broadcast of James Joyce’s Ulysses in the U.S. at New York’s Bloomsday Bookstore. He is author of the poetry collection Special Ed: Voices from a Hidden Classroom, which won the 2012 Artists Embassy International Literary Cultural Award. His poetry has appeared in The New York Quarterly, The Chimaera, Bat City Review, The Progressive, Texas Observer, ZYZZYVA, Red River Review, and numerous other journals. Alice Walker, Pulitzer Prize winning author of The Color Purple, writes that Special Ed “is art turned to us through the eyes of love.” Carol Smaldino says in The Huffington Post that the poems remind us how “we are all connected to the sorrows as well as to the grandness of being human.” Bernstein’s earliest poems appeared as a chapbook, Particles of Light, with woodcuts by Stan Kaplan. His artists’ books/plays French Fries and GRRRHHHH: a study of social patterns, co-authored with Warren Lehrer, are considered seminal works in the genre, and are in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, the Georges Pompidou Centre,

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