Writers Read at Fallbrook Library Presents Poet Karla Cordero
Spoken word artist reads from her new collection on Tuesday, Sep. 13
performing and discussing her new collection
Grasshoppers Before GodsPreceded by open mic for original poetry and prose
Date: Tuesday, September 13, from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m.
Location: Fallbrook Library, 124 S Mission, Fallbrook
Karla Cordero is the 2015 recipient of the Spoken Word Immersion Fellowship for writers of color from The Loft Literary Center (Minnesota, Minneapolis) and recipient of the Global Diversity Award at San Diego State University. Cordero curates Voice For Change, a reading series inviting award winning spoken word artists to share their narratives on survival, and she hosts writing workshops for undocumented migrants in shelters located in Mexicali, Mexico.
She is a contributing writer for Poetry International and the founder and editor of Spit Journal, an online literary review for poetry and social justice. Cordero is the 2013 Grand Slam Champion and the first Latina female to be part of the San Diego Elevated slam team, which placed 4th in the nation at the National Poetry Slam in Boston. She received her Masters of Fine Arts in 2015 and currently teaches at San Diego City College.
Cordero’s work has been published in the Acentos Review, Word Riot, Toe Good Poetry and elsewhere. Her chapbook, Grasshoppers Before Gods (2016), was published by Dancing Girl Press, and it will be available at the reading for sale and signing.
For more information, contact Kit-Bacon Gressitt at firstname.lastname@example.org or 760-522-1064.