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Zoom Forward! Kelly Cressio-Moeller & Veronica Kornberg

Friday, July 30, 2021 - 5:00pm

VIRTUAL EVENT: Please join us for an online reading featuring Kelly Cressio-Moeller and Veronica Kornberg, part of the Zoom Forward Reading Series founded by poet, fiction writer, and essayist Jory Post. This event is presented by phren-ZCatamaran, and Bookshop Santa Cruz.

Live on Zoom (link and instructions provided upon signup)

RSVP for this event hereTo subscribe directly to the Santa Cruz Writes email list, which will provide you with weekly announcements for upcoming readings, use https://mailchi.mp/cruzio/zoomforward where you will be sent a link to JOIN MEETING on Friday. The Zoom room will be open by 4:30, so come early in case you have technical difficulties. If you need assistance, email hannah@catamaranliteraryreader.com.

You can make a donation to help support Bookshop Santa Cruz here. Thank you!


Kelly Cressio-Moeller is a poet and visual artist. Her poems have been nominated for Pushcart Prizes, Best New Poets, Best of the Net and have appeared widely in journals and at literary websites including GargoyleNorth American Review, Poet Lore, Salamander, THRUSH Poetry Journal, Valparaiso Poetry ReviewWater~Stone Review, and ZYZZYVA, among others. She is an associate editor at Glass Lyre Press. She lives in the Bay Area with her husband, two sons, and their basset hound. Shade of Blue Trees is the Finalist for the Wilder Prize at Two Sylvias Press and is her first poetry collection. www.kellycressiomoeller.com and https://linktr.ee/poetkellycm

Veronica Kornberg is a poet from Northern California. She is the recipient of the Morton Marcus Poetry Prize and has been nominated for Best of Net and Best New Poets. Her work has appeared in numerous journals, including Beloit Poetry Journal, Indiana Review, New Ohio Review, On the Seawall, RHINO Poetry, Salamander, Catamaran, Spillway, and Tar River Poetry. She is a Peer Reviewer for the journal Whale Road Review. You can most often find her happily exploring among the rocks and waves in the tidepools outside her home in Pescadero. veronicakornberg.com