GuerrillaReads No.6

Poet Kim Dower reads four poems from a collection in progress, Air Kissing On Mars.

Dower is a Los Angeles area poet. Her previous work has appeared in Ploughshares, The Seneca Review and others.

This guerrilla reading took place on Mulholland Drive at Fryman Canyon in Los Angeles in October 2008.


3 responses to “GuerrillaReads No.6

  1. This poetry ROCKS. Dower’s poetry goes right for the juggular. It’s edgy & rhapsodic. A heat-sinking missle on the loose. A short walk on the wild side of urban life. Love it!

  2. Hey Guys – Kim Dower’s work is AWESOME and I can’t wait to check out the spot she’s reading from, looks doggie friendly which is what I’m about, my babies on leash of course. I need to get you something. Please, God of technology, send a lightning bolt in the form of a human to help me film my own work. Love what you’re doing and hope to help promote it…Mary Kennedy Eastham, Author, ‘The Shadow of a Dog I Can’t Forget’ and the novel-in-progress ‘Night Surfing – A Story of Love & Wonder in the Waves of Malibu’

  3. Love the perspective! Beautifully expressive.

    I, too, worry that people will eat my sharp cheddar but I don’t think I’m as crazy as ‘The Exfoliator’…

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