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Advocacy and Its Thorns Salon: March 15

Advocacy and its Thorns Salon with Ming Holden Friday, March 15, 5:30-7pm Join us after the Tucson’s Refugee Walk (on Thursday, March 14 on the UA mall) for a conversation with prize-winning author and advocate Ming Holden at the March 15th Kore Salon and happy hour! Holden’s Refuge was the winner of Kore’s inaugural Memoir

Dear So-and-So: A Workshop with Addie Tsai

Dear So-and-So: Exploring Our Stories Through Letter Writing Writing workshop for poets, fiction writers, and nonfiction writers with visiting artist Addie Tsai. 9am-noon, Saturday, Sept 15 Kore Press at The Dunbar Pavilion 325 W 2nd St, Tucson, 85705   Explore the art of letter writing as a tool for self-discovery and reflection. In this experiential workshop,

November 11 / Autumn Garden Party

Kore’s 25th Anniversary Autumn Garden Party Sunday afternoon, November 11, 2018, come celebrate 25 years of literary culture work and intersectional feminist publishing, education, and community building with Kore Press! On The Franklin House lawns, downtown Tucson, AZ. Fresh, local fall fare by Gallery of Food, performances, and lots of anniversary fun. Details to come!

Open House with July Westhale

July Westhale is coming to Tucson April 15 & 16 to read her award-winning poems of poverty, grief and sanctuary from her acclaimed new book, Trailer Trash, selected by Robin Coste Lewis for the Kore Press First Book Award (just out). Westhale is an Oakland poet writing about the cotton-country of Riverside County, Southern California in

Westhale Makes A Splash with Trailer Trash 

Kristy Lin Billuni Talks Trailer Trash with July Westhale at Sexy Grammar “KLB: I love the idea of poetry as access, an open door or a platform for people who normally get left out. JW: I’d argue that not only can poetry be the answer to erasure, but it indeed must be. KLB: So Trailer Trash is for everyone who feels