presented by Poet Laureate of Alameda, Mary Rudge, AEI Pres. Natica Angilly
Song of Poet, Peter Lee, Korean Writers Association of San Francisco, Korea, 2013poems in Korean and English and other translations: humanity transcending national boundaries, 100 poems previously published in Hundae, a Korean-American community newspaper.
Solamente en San Miguel Volume II Parroquiea Press, PMB 549, 220 N. Zapata Hwy, #11, Laredo, Texas 78043, 2010Phone (510) 2954097, www.sanmiguelliterarysala.org, email@example.comA poetry and memoir anthology about San Miguel Allende, GTO, Mexico in which "42 writers capture the magic of San Miguel".Jeanne Mills, Editor, Katherine Wainwright, Submissions Editor, Carlos Soberman, Publishing Coordinator. Produced by The San Miguel Literary Sala, San Miguel De Allenda, Mexico, Susan Page, Director
Heart’s Journey, Selected Poems 1980-1999, by Nina Serrano; Estuary Press, P.O. Box 577,Oakland, Ca 94604, 2013 commentary in poetry form of historic, cultural, events the poet lived through which shaped her life and art
Prisms—Literary Arts Magazine, by students of St Joseph/Notre Dame High School, 2011 Chestnut StAlameda, CA94501, 2013. Prisms staff receiving award: Amelia Khoo, Amanda Khoo, Rachel Falkner, Maya Rowell, Janet Gonzalez, Jenna Vacca, Natalia Layson, Quentin Fernandez.
City Tree of Concrete & Hope, by Luke Warm Water, funded by 2010-2011 grant from City of Oakland, California Cultural Funding Program, 2011; Unstereotyping cultural experience; the first spoken-word poet to receive an Archibald Bush Foundation Individual Artst’s Fellowship in Literature and featured poet at Geraldine Dodge 12th Biennial Poetry Festival. firstname.lastname@example.org
Voyages to AncestralIslands, Poems and Prose, Dave Holt, of Ojibwa (Chippewa) ancestry, born in Ontario, Canada;
Ancient American Poets,translated and compiled by John Curl; Bilingual Press/Editorial Bilingual Hispanic Research Center, Arizona State University, P.O.Box 875303, Tempe, Arizona85287-5303, 2005.From indigenous poetry of Aztec, Mayan and Inca languages from ancient text. Original languages and translations both appear in this unique pre-Hispanic culture historical work.Suported by the Arizona Commission of the Arts
with funding from State of Arizona and National Endowment of the Arts
JERRI, a Black Woman’s Life in the Media, by Jerri Lange,is receiving additional award seals for her previously awarded book which continues to sell well. Joyce Gaskin and Iris Chin will be accepting for her.
Artists Embassy International Accomplishment Award: Mary Rudge for many years of service to AEI. Before becoming the First Poet Laureate of Alameda, Mary Rudge was one of the featured poets for Natica Angilly’s Poetic Dance Theater Company. She dedicated many years to the cause and performances of AEI. In retirement, she continues to be an active member and valued friend.
High School Poet Laureate Awards of Alameda, 2013
Alameda Community Learning Center (ACLC), High School, teacher, Cathy Dana: