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Previously Unreleased Video Selected From SF Poetry Center Digital Archive Includes Akilah Oliver, Diane di Prima, Al Young, Raúl Zurita, Mei-mei Berssenbrugge

An epigraph by Akilah Oliver (1961–2011) opens an essay published yesterday on Open Space, “Getting Love Right,” by Elise Ficarra. “Just a little time, to get love right.” Oliver was among the few voices who resonated for Ficarra as she took on a curatorial project for San Francisco State’s Poetry Center–others included Diane di Prima, […]
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