Logos hosts poetry reading Thursday

By From page A5 | January 23, 2013

Logos Books, 513 Second St., hosts local poets Kathryn Hohlwein and Victoria Dalkey reading from their respective works at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Signed chap books will be for sale at a reception following the reading.

Dalkey is the author of two chapbooks: “Twenty-Nine Poems” (Red Wing Press) and “In the Absence of Silver” (Rattlesnake Press). Her poems have appeared in Abraxas, bakunin, Birmingham Poetry Review, Cimarron Review, Tule Review and The Sacramento Anthology: One Hundred Poems. A Sacramento native, she is the longtime art critic for The Sacramento Bee.

Hohlwein is a retired professor of English and the humanities at Sacramento State University, where she taught creative writing, modern poetry and Homer. Since retirement, she created a nonprofit organization called The Readers of Homer Inc., which produces all-day or all-night audience participation readings of Homer’s “Iliad” or “Odyssey.”

She has read in Greece, Egypt and Sacramento.

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