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Stone in the Stream/Roca en el Rio, a regional collective of writers and artists committed to environmental advocacy and climate justice through contemplative, artistic and activist response, will give a virtual poetry reading.

Stone in the Stream members meet quarterly to share individual work grounded in an eco-poetics and to develop collective projects. They have shared their creative work at poetry readings, marches, vigils, Sierra Club gatherings, City Council meetings, in print, and online.

The poets who will read include Jean Hackett, Marisol Cortez, Sarah Joy Thompson, Kamala Platt, Liberty Heise, and Mobi Warren, organizer of this event.

The poetry reading is in conjunction with "Hot Pursuit: Visual Commentary on Climate Change" by Sabra Booth, which closes with this reading on October 17. The retrospective explores a decade of environmental and climate change body of work produced by the artist. A 3D walkthrough of the exhibit can be viewed online.

Stone in the Stream/Roca en el Rio, a regional collective of writers and artists committed to environmental advocacy and climate justice through contemplative, artistic and activist response, will give a virtual poetry reading.

Stone in the Stream members meet quarterly to share individual work grounded in an eco-poetics and to develop collective projects. They have shared their creative work at poetry readings, marches, vigils, Sierra Club gatherings, City Council meetings, in print, and online.

The poets who will read include Jean Hackett, Marisol Cortez, Sarah Joy Thompson, Kamala Platt, Liberty Heise, and Mobi Warren, organizer of this event.

The poetry reading is in conjunction with "Hot Pursuit: Visual Commentary on Climate Change" by Sabra Booth, which closes with this reading on October 17. The retrospective explores a decade of environmental and climate change body of work produced by the artist. A 3D walkthrough of the exhibit can be viewed online.

Stone in the Stream/Roca en el Rio, a regional collective of writers and artists committed to environmental advocacy and climate justice through contemplative, artistic and activist response, will give a virtual poetry reading.

Stone in the Stream members meet quarterly to share individual work grounded in an eco-poetics and to develop collective projects. They have shared their creative work at poetry readings, marches, vigils, Sierra Club gatherings, City Council meetings, in print, and online.

The poets who will read include Jean Hackett, Marisol Cortez, Sarah Joy Thompson, Kamala Platt, Liberty Heise, and Mobi Warren, organizer of this event.

The poetry reading is in conjunction with "Hot Pursuit: Visual Commentary on Climate Change" by Sabra Booth, which closes with this reading on October 17. The retrospective explores a decade of environmental and climate change body of work produced by the artist. A 3D walkthrough of the exhibit can be viewed online.

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Virtual
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Admission is free.
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