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Linda Noel & Georgina Marie Guardado: The 222 @ 222 Healdsburg Ave
September 10, 2023 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm$20
Indigenous Voices Series
Georgina Marie Guardado is Poet Laureate of Lake County, CA for 2020-2024, the first Mexican American to serve in this role, and she also has Mojave descent. The Academy of American Poets awarded her a Poets Laureate Fellow. She is the literary editor for The Bloom, a contributing writer for Antioch University’s Common Thread News, president of the Mendocino Coast Writers’ Conference, and Literacy Program Coordinator for the Lake County Library. As part of the Broken Nose Collective, an annual chapbook exchange, she created her first poetry chapbooks, Finding the Roots of Water and Tree Speak.
Linda Noel is a California native of the Koyongkawi Maidu (Konkow) people from the northern Sierra. She has a chapbook titled, “Where You First Saw the Eyes of Coyote” and has been a published poet in a variety of anthologies and magazines. She is included in the Norton Anthology of Native Nations Poetry: When the Light of the World Was Subdued, Our Songs Came Through. She has a piece included in the permanent collection at the Autry Museum of the West and another has been adapted and performed by the Pasadena Choir; she has read her work throughout the country. Linda Noel is Poet Laureate Emerita of Ukiah, CA.
Sponsored by Katarzyna Rolzinski
Indigenous Voices Series sponsored by City of Healdsburg Public Art Grant
THE 222 is a small intimate venue. All seats are very good and have a clear view of the screen.
Seating for this concert is club style with round tables that seat four people. Open seating.