3 readers tonight at Yuba Lit | TheUnion.com

3 readers tonight at Yuba Lit

Frances Stroh
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San Francisco-based writer Frances Stroh, local poet Eugene Berson and Nevada City environmentalist and author Elizabeth Soderstrom will be featured at tonight’s Yuba Lit community reading event at 7 p.m. at The Open Book, 671 Maltman Drive, Grass Valley.

In addition to Yuba Lit’s three featured readers, audience members are invited to bring a page or a poem for our opening flash readings. Any audience member who brings a poem or a page will be given a raffle ticket; five readers will be drawn from the raffle, and given the mike for three minutes each to read their work. The opening flash readings are always a lively highlight of Yuba Lit.

The $5-$10 sliding scale cover (no one turned away for lack of funds), is split 50/50 between benefiting the Bear Yuba Land Trust, and supporting basic operating costs of Yuba Lit. Sierra Mountain Coffee Roasters will offer coffee, tea, and fresh food for sale.

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