|Association of Iranian American Writers -
Dedicated to promoting the work of Iranian American fiction and non-fiction writers, essayists, poets, journalists, photojournalists, and artists who work with words. Events, workshops, blog, profiles, featured writers.
|Persis M. Karim - poet, writer and author of the forthcoming anthology Let Me Tell You Where I’ve Been: New Writing by Women of the Iranian Diaspora. Associate professor of English and Comparative literature at San Jose State University where she teaches literature and creative writing.|
|Haale - NY-born vocalist Haale and her band create a swirling, hypnotic, and exaltative experience onstage, weaving Persian melodies through a lush soundscape that pays homage to Sufi musical traditions and pschedelic rock. You can see more info about Haale here.|
|Sholeh Wolpe - author, artist, poet. Her poems, translations and reviews have been published in many literary journals and anthologies in the U.S., Canada, Europe and the Middle East. Sholeh is the recipient of several awards for her poetry. Born in Iran, resides in USA.|
|Farnoosh Moshiri - author and writer, born in Tehran, Iran. Her plays, short stories, and poems are published both in and outside Iran. B.A. in dramatic literature, M.A. in drama, M.F.A in creative writing. Associate professor of English at Syracuse University in New York.|
|Peter Koch - Printers
Producers of Esther Kamkar's book, "Hummingbird Conditions". Production services for both letterpress and offset printing, edition binding, digital typesetting and Monotype composition.
|The Waterman Chronicles
Gallery of works by New Zealand potter, poet and artist John Waterman:"What the human species needs now is a quantum leap in intelligence or we will forever be spear carriers in our own bankrupt soap operas".
|Nellie Capra's Antica Sciamadda
Antica Sciamadda means "ancient flames" and Nelly Capra has brought her skills and knowledge of Genoese Italian cooking to the Bay Area. Savory pies using freshest ingredients, focacce, pasta dishes, stuffed vegetables, crispy farinata and more!
|Women in Black
International Network of Women Opposed to War and Violence. Mid-Peninsula Women in Black stands every Friday from noon to 1 PM at the comer of University and Emerson in Palo Alto (Lytton Plaza). More information:
650-328-1924 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
|Nina Koepcke - Ceramic Artist
Her work spans some 25 years during which time she received numerous grants and a national award in arts education. Co-founded and directed LifeLines, a multidisciplinary arts program for the terminally ill. Resident artist in St. Petersburg, Russia and Okayama, Japan.
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