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Central Coast poet visits Davis for reading

By From page A3 | May 02, 2013

Patrice Vecchione. Courtesy photo

Patrice Vecchione. Courtesy photo

Monterey writer and poet Patrice Vecchione will read from her latest book of poetry, “The Knot Untied,” at 8 p.m. Thursday at the John Natsoulas Gallery, 521 First St. in downtown Davis.

Vecchione also is the author of “Writing and the Spiritual Life: Finding Your Voice by Looking Within,” which the San Francisco Chronicle called “refreshingly simple and thought-provoking.” She is the editor of many anthologies, including “Truth and Lies,” “The Body Eclectic,” “Revenge and Forgiveness” and “Whisper and Shout: Poems to Memorize.”

“A Woman’s Life in Pieces,” a one-woman play, was performed to full houses throughout the Monterey Bay Area.

Vecchione has taught poetry along California’s Central Coast for more than 25 years. Her visit to Davis this week is one in more than a dozen stops on a California book tour supporting “The Knot Untied.”

The microphone will be open following Vecchione’s reading. For more information, visit poetryindavis.com.

Enterprise staff

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