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June 2: Cuba Libre Photography Exhibit with Special Readings from Margot Pepper, Jack Hirschman and Dorothy Payne

Last weekend to view Cuba Libre Photography Exhibit by Ivory Serra and John Perino at Live Worms Gallery, 1345 Grant Ave. in (North Beach) San Francisco. On Tuesday, June 2nd, special readings featuring; Margot Pepper, Dorothy Payne and Jack Hirschman…   Cuba Libre Photography Exhibit by Ivory Serra and John Perino June 2nd at Live Worms Gallery, 6:30pm 1345 Grant… Read more →

The Meaning of the Word

By Margot Pepper Excerpt from Through the Wall: A Year in Havana (Freedom Voices, 2005) The traffic man sounded his whistle with such conviction that my mother looked up with a start.  He made some grandiose gestures and his oversized jacket sleeves flopped down betraying flimsy arms. In spite of them he convinced traffic on Reforma, one of Mexico City’s… Read more →

Ocean

By Margot Pepper Excerpt from Through the Wall: A Year in Havana (Freedom Voices, 2005) New Year’s day in 1977, the fourteen-foot mountain of water peeling off Third Point at Malibu’s Surfrider beach reflected the pristine early morning sky after the rains, its smooth face, mottled with black and white explosions of cloud. Eve kicked and paddled furiously toward it,… Read more →