Tag Archives: Michelle Tea

Michelle Tea & Rabih Alameddine Remember Justin Chin

City Lights opens its Fall events season this Thursday, September 8 at 7PM with a special tribute to a cherished Bay Area poet. Join us as we celebrate the life and works of Justin Chin and a new book, Justin … Continue reading

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New from City Lights Publishers: Man Alive by Thomas Page McBee

Thomas Page McBee asks “What makes a man?” in the newest memoir published by City Lights, Man Alive: A True Story of Violence, Forgiveness and Becoming a Man. Thomas’s immediate answer, in the first paragraph of the first page, is … Continue reading

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Announcing Fall Event Season at City Lights Books – September ’14

Summer may be ending, but events at City Lights are just getting started–the month of September is full of authors, illustrators, poets, book parties, rock stars, and more. All of our events begin at 7 PM and are held at … Continue reading

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New from City Lights Publishers: Haiti Glass by Lenelle Moïse

City Lights Publishers is proud to present Haiti Glass, the debut collection of poetry and prose by Lenelle Moïse.  Displaying a range of subjects, from her experiences growing up in Boston as a Haitian immigrant to searing meditations on family, religion, … Continue reading

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Sundays in Kerouac Alley: Sister Spit ~ Hosted by City Lights Editor Michelle Tea

This Sunday, the legendary literary, rambling roadshow Sister Spit takes over Jack Kerouac Alley for our special guest-curated series! Michelle Tea, the editor of the City Lights/Sister Spit series, hosts the afternoon’s event – with readings by Mariko Tamaki, Tamara … Continue reading

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Videos: The ladies of Sister Spit Celebrating at City Lights

Sad you missed the Sister Spit book launch at City Lights or just want to relive it? Watch the videos, courtesy of Litseen, below: Michelle Tea: “I started Sister Spit because I was frustrated that all my friends were wild … Continue reading

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