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Connie Post served as the Poet Laureate of Livermore, California, from 2005–2009. During her term she created two popular reading series, “Wine and Words” and “Ravenswood,” and developed a youth poetry critique group that met every month for four years. She also runs the popular reading series “The Valona Deli Second Sunday Poetry Series” in Crockett, CA . . .
Out of Our Minds, Connie Post interviews J.P Dancing Bear
Usually (but not always) once a year the host of Out of Our Minds sits on the other side of the console and lets someone else host the show, and takes questions and reads some of his work.
Guest Host: Connie Post is the winner of the 2009 Caesura Poetry Contest and the 2009 Dirty Napkin Cover Prize, and was the first Poet Laureate of Livermore. Post is the author of Floodwater (2014)and four poetry chapbooks, including And When the Sun Drops which received the Aurorean Editors Chapbook Choice Award for Fall 2012. Connie Post’s poems have been featured in countless journals as well as the anthologies First Water Best of Pirene’s Fountain (2013), A Bird As Black as the Sun (2012), Marin Poetry Center Anthology (2010 and 2012), When the Muse Calls (2010), and the Marin Poetry Center Anthology (2008) . . .
Out of our Minds, J.P. Dancing Bear interviews Connie Post about Floodwater
Connie Post has been writing poems and presenting them to the public for over twenty five years. She has published in many magazine throughout the U.S., such as Big Muddy, Karamu, Kentucky Review, Poemeleon, The Pedestal Magazine, Valparaiso Poetry Review and Spillway as well as many others. Her latest book is Floodwater from Glass Lyre Press. She has a been an advocate for issues surrounding the care of those with autism. She was the Poet Laureate of Livermore, CA from 2005 to 2009. She is the host for the very popular Bay Area reading series at the Valona Deli . . .
Connie Post and Kevin Gunn Meet with Erica Goss, host of “word to Word”