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Monday, May 03, 2010

May 5 at the Sacramento Room

May 5 at the Sacramento Room
The Sacramento Poetry Center presents
Edythe Haendel Schwartz and Stan Zumbiel
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Sacramento Room
Central Library, Second floor
828 I Street
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Stan Zumbiel taught English in middle and high school for thirty-five years and has had a hand in raising four children, yet doesn't have the slightest idea how he got to be old. He first tried to turn his thoughts into poetry in 1967 while serving in the Navy. In January 2008 he received his MFA in Writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts. He continues to write in his Fair Oaks home that he shares with Lynn, his wife of twenty-five years.
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Edythe Haendel Schwartz began making poems after retiring from a long teaching career in the department of Child Development, California State University, Sacramento.  Her poems and reviews have appeared widely in literary journals including Calyx, California Quarterly, Cider Press Review, Earth's Daughters, Kaleidoscope, Poet Lore, Passager, PMS, Water-Stone, Natural Bridge, as well as several anthologies. Her 2007 chapbook, Exposure, (Finishing Line Press), was a finalist for the New Women's Voices Series, and was nominated for the California Book Award.

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