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Oakland Out Loud 

When: Fourth Thursday of every month, 6-7:30 p.m. Continues through Oct. 31 2007
Price: free

She earned an MFA in weaving from San FranciscoState, but Smuggling Cherokee author Kim Shuck is also an award-winning poet who describes herself as being of Tsalugi, Sauk/Fox, and Polish extraction. She reads at Oakland's Main Library (125 14th St., Oakland) as part of PEN Oakland's Oakland Out Loud Literary Series, with Kirk Lumpkin, Abby Lynn Bogomolny, Slim Russell, and Swallowing Watermelons author/Fulbright Scholar Karla Brundage, whose poems include "Pussy Controller," "Welfare Queen," "Black Woman's Dilemma," and "When I Was White." 6 p.m.

— Anneli Rufus


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