Tag Archives: Daphne Gottlieb

Subterranean SF: Hard-boiled Writing with an Edge Turns Five

The Subterranean SF “speakeasy style” reading series turn 5 years old this year – City Lights interviewed Peter Maravelis, City Lights events director and founder of the series, about its mysterious origins. City Lights: Subterranean SF is one of those … Continue reading

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Noir to the max…

“City Lights celebrated another installment of the Subterranean SF Hardboiled Reading series last Thursday night at The Lost Church. Those lucky enough to get their black envelopes got to hear Cara Black, Daphne Gottlieb, Monica Nolan, Kelli Stanley, and Alia … Continue reading

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City Lights at 60: What Author Did You Discover at City Lights? Daphne Gottlieb Answers

Poet Daphne Gottlieb stopped by City Lights to discuss the author she discovered at City Lights, the author she calls a sort of “Holy Grail” . . . Daphne Gottlieb stitches together the ivory tower and the gutter just using … Continue reading

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