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Jim LaVilla-Havelin will read poems and prose about flowers, flowering, and the natural world to complement the exhibitions "Invasive Species" and "For the Love of Flowers."

Drawing from diverse voices in celebration of flowers, LaVilla-Havelin will share the joys of words that flower. Some guest readers will add their voices to the bouquet.

LaVilla-Havelin, who teaches Creative Writing in the Go! Arts Program, is the author of five books of poetry. He is the poetry editor for the San Antonio Express-News and Houston Chronicle, and the coordinator for National Poetry Month in San Antonio. LaVilla-Havelin also teaches at the Cyndi Taylor Krier Juvenile Correctional Treatment Center for the Partners Program of Gemini Ink as the poet-in-residence at the Young Women’s Leadership Academy, and in the BFA program at the Southwest School of Art. LaVilla-Havelin was the awardee of the City of San Antonio’s Distinction in the Arts - Literary.

Jim LaVilla-Havelin will read poems and prose about flowers, flowering, and the natural world to complement the exhibitions "Invasive Species" and "For the Love of Flowers."

Drawing from diverse voices in celebration of flowers, LaVilla-Havelin will share the joys of words that flower. Some guest readers will add their voices to the bouquet.

LaVilla-Havelin, who teaches Creative Writing in the Go! Arts Program, is the author of five books of poetry. He is the poetry editor for the San Antonio Express-News and Houston Chronicle, and the coordinator for National Poetry Month in San Antonio. LaVilla-Havelin also teaches at the Cyndi Taylor Krier Juvenile Correctional Treatment Center for the Partners Program of Gemini Ink as the poet-in-residence at the Young Women’s Leadership Academy, and in the BFA program at the Southwest School of Art. LaVilla-Havelin was the awardee of the City of San Antonio’s Distinction in the Arts - Literary.

Jim LaVilla-Havelin will read poems and prose about flowers, flowering, and the natural world to complement the exhibitions "Invasive Species" and "For the Love of Flowers."

Drawing from diverse voices in celebration of flowers, LaVilla-Havelin will share the joys of words that flower. Some guest readers will add their voices to the bouquet.

LaVilla-Havelin, who teaches Creative Writing in the Go! Arts Program, is the author of five books of poetry. He is the poetry editor for the San Antonio Express-News and Houston Chronicle, and the coordinator for National Poetry Month in San Antonio. LaVilla-Havelin also teaches at the Cyndi Taylor Krier Juvenile Correctional Treatment Center for the Partners Program of Gemini Ink as the poet-in-residence at the Young Women’s Leadership Academy, and in the BFA program at the Southwest School of Art. LaVilla-Havelin was the awardee of the City of San Antonio’s Distinction in the Arts - Literary.

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WHERE

Bihl Haus Arts
2803 Fredericksburg Rd.
San Antonio, TX 78201
https://bihlhausarts.org/

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Admission is free.
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