Sat, Oct 15|
Sims Library of Poetry
Pages on Stages: Poets of the Valley
Join us for our monthly open mic: Pages on Stages, featuring our friends from the San Fernando Valley!
Time & Location
Oct 15, 2022, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Sims Library of Poetry , 2702 W Florence Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90043
About the Event
Save the date! October 15th at 6 pm featuring
soledad con carne
Mr. Chai Tea
Oombi Solis Flores
$10 at the door
All sales go towards supporting the library and the poets
We also have limited "pay what you can" tickets.
All SLP Donors get free admission.
About the Poets:
Oombi Solis Flores (b. 1988) is a queer/non-binary immigrant, poet, and social worker. They were born in Zacatecas, México and reside in the Northeast San Fernando Valley. Their work has previously been featured in Razorcake Issue #102, Sister Spit: QTPOC Cruising the West Tour, Altadena Literary Review 2020, and in the upcoming short film, Shadows at Night. Their first collection of poetry, (BE)LONGING, is out now on World Stage Press.
soledad con carne (he/they) is a first-generation Chicanx poet, student, and mixed-media artist. Based in stolen Tongva and Tataviam land and the heart of The Valley, soledad is known as the poet laureate of the San Fernando Valley.
Estephanie Seis is a first generation Mexican-American disabled Queer. Renaissance woman of the 21st century.
Mr. Chai Tea is a drink of poetry and comedy, undefined by his ongoing quench for living life to the fullest as a nerd and an adventurer born and raised in Los Angeles. As an autistic Asian-American with a background in Mechanical Engineering from Cal State, Northridge, he speaks with his unique slanguage of Chai-nese sharing stories across various mics. He enjoys activities such as but not limited to hiking, rock climbing, archery, 3D printing, video gaming, collecting board games, and spreading knowledge. You can find him at local boba shops and on Instagram: @mr.chai_tea
All proceed will go to the Library and Featured Poets$6.00
Pre-sale + Donation
All proceeds will go to Library and Featured Poets$10.00
Pay What You Can
All proceeds will go to Library and Featured PoetsPay what you want
SLP Monthly Donors
You Must Be Monthly Donors in order to get ticket.$0.00