Nov 4th, Future Now Reading: Gustavo Hernandez, Rosie Alonso, & hector son of hector

Join us in-person and on Zoom, Thursday, November 4th, for a new installment of our monthly reading & open mic series, Future Now, hosted by Assistant Editor Nikolai Garcia & the Dryland team. This month we are featuring SoCal Poets: Gustavo Hernandez, Rosie Alonso, & hector son of hector.

This will be a hybrid reading & open-mic event as it’s happening in-person at Re/Arte Centro Literario, located in Boyle Heights, and virtually via Zoom if you are able to join us online!

When: Thur. November 4th, 7-9 pm PST.

In-person locationRE/ARTE  2014 1/2 E CESAR E CHAVEZ AVE. LOS ANGELES, CA 90033

Zoom ID: 878 8950 0444

Fill out this google form to sign up for the Open Mic. Whether you’re attending on-site or via zoom you’ll get a chance to share your poems. Only 10 spots are available, sign up as soon as possible!

Open Mic Guidelines:

  • Be ready to unmute yourself when your name is called and please mute yourself again once you are done sharing. 
  • Open-mic readers will have three minutes to share. Please be respectful of our other readers’ time. We will use the mute button at our discretion. 
  • We will not tolerate any hate speech. (No racism, sexism, homophobia, etc). 

Help us get the word out by sharing the flyer on Instagram, FB, or Twitter and invite a friend to come hang out! This is a great opportunity for anyone looking to showcase their poetry and connect with artists of the Los Angeles community and beyond.

Gustavo Hernandez

Gustavo Hernandez is the author of the poetry collection Flower Grand First (Moon Tide Press). Gustavo holds a degree in creative writing from California State University Long Beach, and his poems have been published in Reed, Acentos ReviewSonora Review and other publications. He was born in Jalisco, Mexico and lives in Southern California.   

Rosie Alonso

Rosie Alonso (she/her) is a poet and English professor from East LA who resides in the San Bernardino (Cahuilla land). She is a part of the Los Angeles Poet Society and the chief editor of Acid Verse Literary Journal. Her first full-length poetry book, The Cockroach Manifesto, is forthcoming. She believes in giving the land back by all means necessary. Her hobbies include cruising on her skateboard and sneaking her cat into Walmart. 

hector son of hector

hector son of hector lives in Oakland, CA. He is the child of Mexican immigrants, currently works in a hospital, dreams of short stories and writes poetry in secret.

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