Second Saturday Poetry Cafe: Lizzie Wann

Broken Anchor Poetry
Broken Anchor Poetry
Public group

Meraki Café

1735 Adams Ave · San Diego, CA

How to find us

Join us at Meraki Cafe (1735 Adams Ave) near the intersection of Park and Adams in University Heights. Parking is on street.

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Lizzie Wann will open the season with new work from her collection, "Hospice Bubble," and old favorites as well. We want to hear what you've been working on too!

Second Saturday Poetry Cafe Program
5:30-6:00 Social hour -- join us for snacks, light meals, beverages
6:00 Lizzie Wann
6:30 Open mic

About the Poets

Lizzie Wann was an integral part of the development of the San Diego poetry scene in the late 90s and early 2000s. She helped bring slam poetry to the city and produced original shows that featured poets and musicians. She hosted readings at venues across the city including Java Joe’s, Urban Grind, Claire de Lune, and the Grassroots Oasis. She also founded and hosted the Meeting Grace house concert series that ran from[masked]. Her work appears on CDs (A Wing & A Prayer and A New Leaf), in self-published chapbooks including Familiars, Naked Wrists, and Baseball Poems, and in anthologies including Comstock Review, Incidental Buildings & Accidental Beauty, A Year in Ink, So Luminous the Wildflowers, Don’t Blame the Ugly Mug, and The San Diego Poetry Annual. In 2019, her first poetry collection, “The Hospice Bubble & Other Devastating Affirmations,” was published by Puna Press.