Ferry Plaza Book Party: Antoinette Constable

LEFT COAST WRITERS FERRY PLAZA BOOK PARTY: The Lasting War by Antoinette Constable

Antoinette Constable

Antoinette Constable

Monday, December 8th, 2014 || 6pm
Book Passage || San Francisco
1 Ferry Building, San Francisco ||www.bookpassage.com

Join us for an evening celebrating the publication of The Lasting War, a new volume of poetry from Antoinette Constable.

Born and raised in France, Antoinette Constable is a registered nurse with British and American nursing degrees, and also runs her own catering business. She has lived in the United States for many years, where she raised her four children as a single mother. Her hobbies include reading, writing literary critiques, spending time with her grandchildren, gardening, collecting copper items, cooking and creating new recipes.

Her work has won the PEN First Prize for Poetry, as well as the Ann Stanford Award from the University of Southern California, and it has appeared in Alaska Quarterly ReviewBarnabe Mountain Review, Bay Area Poets Coalition,California Quarterly (CQ)The Chaffin JournalControlled BurnDenver Metropolitan State MagazineFoothill MagazineGargoyle MagazineThe Healing MuseLouisville ReviewThe Old Red KimonoPOEMPsychological PerspectivesSouthern Humanities ReviewUnitarian Newsletter, and Unitarian Universalist Anthology. Her poem, “You Dream that the Word Hope Is Written on the Door,” was published in the Anthology of Master Classes with David St. John in 2003, by Arctos Press. She was recently awarded a residency at Mesa Refuge, a prestigious writers’ retreat near Oakland.

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