LUNADA LITERARY LOUNGE
Wendesday, November 25th, 2015 | 7:30PM
- Suzana Huerta
- María José Montijo
- Open Mic: 10 spots on the list, 5 min. ea. (sign up 7:15PM)
- Hosted by Sandra García Rivera
The Lunada Fall Season closes in November, on the eve of Día de Acción de Gracias. We are honored to feature the hypnotic harp songs of Puerto Rican artist María José Montijo, and the Bay Area’s own Suzana Huerta, poet and host of the Oakland Crossroads reading series. Two fierce mujeres, and the soulful voices from our Open Mic community, under the full moon as we give thanks for another amazing year of Lunadas, before we take a break for the holidays and return in February for the launch of our Spring Season.
The Lunada OPEN MIC invites poets, lyricists, musicians, storytellers, laureates and first-timers to share their inspiration under the lunar spotlight.
LUNADA is the Bay Area’s only full moon bilingual literary ritual & performance gathering devoted to spoken word, música, song, and story. Located in the heart of the Mission District at Galería de la Raza, and guest curated by some of the Bay Area’s most dynamic word slingers and artists, each LUNADA features community poets, local legends, visiting mystics, and other mero meros of the stage.
$5.00 cover charge.