SGP launches at MADE by Millworks

Daniel McGinn, Elmast Kozloyan, Esmeralda Villalobos, Events, Graham Smith, JL Martindale, Kelsey Bryan-Zwick, Ken Oddist Jones, Larry Duncan, Nancy Lynée Woo, Press News!, Raquel Reyes-Lopez, Sarah Thursday, Terry Ann Wright

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Sadie Girl Press is pleased to announce the launch of our new partnership with MADE by Millworks. MADE is a lovely store located in downtown Long Beach at 240 Pine Ave, that focuses on locally made products. They have graciously agreed to provide space to sell our Sadie Girl Press books. To celebrate this new location, we are having a special Sadie Girl Press reading, as well as meet the authors and artists!

Readings by:
Nancy Lynée Woo
Graham Smith
Raquel Reyes-Lopez
Terry Ann Wright
Larry Duncan
JL Martindale
Kelsey Bryan-Zwick
Elmast Kozloyan
Daniel McGinn
and
Sarah Thursday

Art by:
Lynn Azali
Ricardo Vidana
Ken Oddist Jones
Fernando Gallegos
and live art by Esmeralda Villalobos

Additional features to be announced!

Feel free to arrive early and browse the amazing products in the store by local vendors. There is free two-hour parking in the parking structure on 3rd St.

MADEbymillworks.com

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Color version of bar napkins for beginners

Available Now, Graham Smith, Poetry Chapbooks

Now available: bar napkins for beginners, by Graham Smith, with all color illustrations by Fernando Gallegos! All the images are saturated with vibrant color made from watercolor pencils. The artist created unique illustrations for Graham’s haiku that “evoke the feeling of movement and emotion.” Enjoy this 32 page color illustrated book of urban haiku by ordering it online for only $10!

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Graham Smith

Graham Smith, Individual Authors and Artists

Graham Smith

Graham Smith is an ancient rhymer whose history is shrouded in the mists of time. He may have moved to Long Beach under the cover of a marine layer. Allegedly a former lawyer, he has an affinity for brief poetry. He and his stout companions have been known to frequent coastal taverns, where he sometimes writes three line poems on bar napkins. His work can be found in the anthologies Cadence Collective: Year One and Year Two, and in Gutters & Alleyways: Perspectives on Poverty and Struggle. Find more at napkinsinashoebox.com.

His chapbook, bar napkins for beginners, is available with illustrations by Fernando Gallegos in full-color from Sadie Girl Press.