“First Words” Reading, October 2011

Sorting old photos, I stumbled upon these from October 15, 2011, the date of Dave Denny’s “First Words” Reading.  This was the first public event Dave presented for the city. Several local poet read along with Dave. (Don’t you love his hat?)

Poetry Reading, Cupertino Plaza, October 15, 2011 David Denny, Cupertino Poet Laureate

Poetry Reading, Cupertino Plaza, October 15, 2011 David Denny, Cupertino Poet Laureate

Poetry Reading, Cupertino Plaza, October 15, 2011 David Denny, Cupertino Poet Laureate

Poetry Reading, Cupertino Plaza, October 15, 2011 David Denny, Cupertino Poet Laureate

Poetry Reading, Cupertino Plaza, October 15, 2011 Jennifer Swanton Brown

Poetry Reading, Cupertino Plaza, October 15, 2011 Jennifer Swanton Brown

Poetry Reading, Cupertino Plaza, October 15, 2011 Laura Oliver

Poetry Reading, Cupertino Plaza, October 15, 2011 Laura Oliver

Poetry Reading, Cupertino Plaza, October 15, 2011 Ann Muto

Poetry Reading, Cupertino Plaza, October 15, 2011 Ann Muto

Poetry Reading, Cupertino Plaza, October 15, 2011 Karl Kadie

Poetry Reading, Cupertino Plaza, October 15, 2011 Karl Kadie

Poetry Reading, Cupertino Plaza, October 15, 2011 Jack Hasling

Poetry Reading, Cupertino Plaza, October 15, 2011 Jack Hasling

This Cupertino Patch notice was written by Ron Miller, the one-time library commissioner whose great idea the whole PL project was!

Here’s a review by an audience member!

In this nice write up by Cupertino Patch, there are more photos of poets. (I’m not sure where the photos came from, but some of them are the same as the ones I found.)

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