Rick Lupert

Rick Lupert has been involved with L.A. poetry since 1990. He created a the Poetry Super Highway (http://poetrysuperhighway.com). and has hosted the weekly Cobalt Cafe reading since 1994. He’s authored 13 collections of poetry, most recently “Sinzibuckwud! The Poet’s Experiences in and on the way to Montreal” and edited the anthologies “A Poet’s Haggadah – Passover Through The Eyes of Poets” and the Noir anthology “The Night Goes on All Night” in conjunction with the LA Poetry Festival’s Night and the City series.  His poems have appeared in numerous publications including Rattle, Caffeine Magazine, The Los Angeles Times, Stirring, Blue Satellite and more.  He is regularly featured at readings throughout Southern California.  Rick works as a freelance graphic designer and website person for anyone who would like to help pay his mortgage.  He lives in Nuys with his wife, son, 3 cats, a lizard and a frog.

All his books are available on my website: http://PoetrySuperhighway.com/  You can also visit him in Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/rickpoet and/or subscribe to his daily attempt at humor on Twitter athttp://www.twitter.com/rickpoet

Rick support the efforts of the Write Now Poetry Society (http://writenowpoets.org/ ) and Beyond Baroque Literary Arts Center in Venice ( http://www.beyondbaroque.org/ )

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C.R. Cohen’s love affair with words and the arts has lead her on a lifelong journey as a poet and writer and an art activist, founding Artists Underground, to bring networking, resources and advice to artists, and joining forces with Soapbox Nation to provide creative career consultations and artist services to help artists get further faster.

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