Logos Books, 513 Second Street, hosts local poets Kathryn Hohlwein and Victoria Dalkey reading from their respective works on Thursday, January 24th at 7:30 pm. Signed chap books are for sale at the reception following the reading at 8:30. All are welcome!
VICTORIA DALKEY is the author of two chapbooks: Twenty-Nine Poems (Red Wing Press) and In the Absence of Silver (Rattlesnake Press). Her poems have appeared in Abraxas, bakunin, Birmingham Poetry Review, Cimarron Review, Tule Review and The Sacramento Anthology: One hundred Poems. A Sacramento native, she is the long-time art critic for The Sacramento Bee.
KATHRYN HOHLWEIN is a retired Professor in English and the Humanities from CSUS, where she taught Creative Writing, Modern Poetry, and Homer. She has, since retirement, created a non-profit organization called The Readers of Homer, Inc., which produces all-day or all-night audience participation readings of Homer’s Illiad or Odyessy. She has read in Greece; in October, 2008 she produced a reading in Egypt; and last year produced a reading here in Sacramento.