Tebot Bach Series
Additionally, Tebot Bach sponsors poetry readings and writing workshops for schools Kindergarten through college and marginalized venues such as homeless shelters, battered women's shelters, nursing homes, senior citizen daycare centers, hospitals, AIDS hospices, and correctional facilities.
Participating poets include:
Webmaster: Tom Thomas
Margarita Ezcurra was born and raised in Bolivia, during the turbulent period in South America. When she was a teenager her family sought political asylum in Argentina. There Margarita studied Literature in the Institute de Humanidades y Letras at the University of Tucumán and had her first experiences with teaching.
Shortly afterward Margarita married and began her family. In 1968 she moved with her family to the United States and started a new life. Margarita writes about these two worlds: her childhood, family, and memories of the turmoil in South America, and the joys of family and nature that she has found in the second part of her life.
Kelsey Bryan-Zwick is a poet, a bookbinder, and an artist from Long Beach, CA. As a child she lived in Spain for three years where she learned to speak Spanish. At UCSC she received a B.A. in Literature with an emphasis in Creative Writing-Poetry. Kelsey also participated in Write Bloody’s Dirty Dozen Workshop. Some of her poems can be found in A Poet Is A Poet, No Matter How Tall, in Cadence Collective: Long Beach Poets, and in Poems by Sunday. Kelsey’s chapbook, Watches Synchronized To Awestruck, was released in October 2014.