“To read Kelsey Bryan-Zwick’s poems is to step aboard a bullet train, put on the poet’s kaleidoscope glasses, and see her images flashing by like countryside outside the train windows. Here, in stunning language, are poems of thoughtful introspection and reminiscence, little biographies and travelogues, musings touched with wit and whimsy. In “Synthesis”, the poet would go so far as to weave my hair into a nest/ with twig and olive branch… Likewise, her poems are woven with magic and grit, insight and light.” ~ Ricki Mandeville, author of A Thin Stand of Lights
A beautiful video created by Sadie Girl Press artist, Esmeralda Villalobos, highlighting her art opening at Viento Y Agua on April 17, 2015. Including readings by SGP authors Sarah Thursday and Raquel Reyes-Lopez and musical performances by King Kang, Freeze, and Bearcoon.