Saturday, January 25, 2020, 2 p.m.
Lafayette-Orinda Presbyterian Church
49 Knox Drive, Room 201 (upstairs)
Jack London was best known for his world adventures, and his training ground was the San Francisco Bay. Come hear about London's lifelong relationship with the bay, the subject of my book in progress.
It's free! All writers and friends of writers are welcome to attend. The second hour is an open poetry reading for members and guests, so bring a poem to share!
To book Aleta George as a speaker, contact her at aleta.george<at>gmail.com.
Past featured speaker presentations: Berkeley Breakfast Club; Berkeley Historical Society (walk and talk); Berkeley Path Wanderers Association (walk); Book Club of California; Books Inc., Berkeley; Book Passage, San Francisco; California Questers; California Writers Club, Berkeley and Fremont; California Native Plant Society: East Bay, Milo-Baker, San Francisco, and Santa Cruz,; Huntington Library, San Marino; Jack London State Park; Jack London Symposium 2016; Ina Coolbrith Circle (ICC), 2008, 2010; ICC Poetry Contest Banquet 2015; Laurel Books; Lincoln Poetry Group; Litquake 2015 (group poetry reading of Coolbrith's poems); Mechanics Institute; McCune Rare Book and Art Collection; Oakland Museum of California; Oakland Public Library; Pardee House; Rianda House; San Francisco Browning Society; San Francisco Museum & Historical Society; San Francisco Public Library, Main and Merced Branches; St. Helena Public Library; Shaping San Francisco; Society of California Pioneers Auxiliary; Swan's Books; Solano County Public Library; Solano County Library Assn., Writing Women Back into History Luncheon; Women's Museum of California, San Diego; and Zamorano Club, Los Angeles.