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Living - September 4, 2009

Art Space: Poetry is alive and well in Danville and environs

by John A. Barry

San Ramon resident Bob Eastwood is a poet and a painter. In the former role, he leads The Poets' Society, a group of local bards who meet regularly in Danville/Alamo/San Ramon to share verse, vintages and volubility. "My role is workshop leader, scheduling meetings, and communication," says Eastwood.

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Comments

Posted by Stan Morner, a resident of Walnut Creek
on Sep 8, 2009 at 7:38 pm

Eastwood's "Lazy Bones" speaks well of the detachments poetry can give to a culture that is always too engaged. Reject vigorously the societal and cultural distractions designed to suppress the deep spiritual yearning of people being squeezed dry by modernity.

Thank you for this article in ART SPACE." Let's keep the plug wet," says the old Sedw guide


Posted by Stan Morner, a resident of Walnut Creek
on Sep 20, 2009 at 8:39 pm

Did you once teach English At CPHS?
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