Patrice Vecchione — The Knot Untied

Local poet and artist, Patrice Vecchione has a new book of poems, The Knot Untied, and has embarked on a series of readings. It’s quite a long list! She just did a reading at Bird & Beckett books in San Francisco. I have post her upcoming readings for the next several weeks in April, and will keep you posted (see below). Let’s support this talented poet.


April 2: Bookshop Santa Cruz, 7:30 p.m. 1520 Pacific Ave, Santa Cruz, (831) 423-0900 BSC phone, Susan McCloskey (831) 460-3232
April 6, Tor House, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Carmel (831) 624-1813
April 7: The Works, 3 p.m., 667 Lighthouse, Pacific Grove
April 9: CSU-Monterey Bay, OLLI@CSUMB, noon
April 10: Sweet Elena’s, Launch Party, 465 Olympia Ave., San City, CA 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Celebrate the book launch, National Poetry Month, enjoy readings from Patrice and small bites!
April 11: Watsonville Public Library, Main Library 275 Main St., Suite 100 Watsonville, CA 95076, (831) 768-3400, 6 p.m.

What “critics” are saying:

“The Knot Untied is a delightful, uplifting book of poems for all readers. Patrice’s work filled my mind with wonderment, with understanding and with longing to see the world as she does.”

– Casey Coonerty Protti, owner of Bookshop Santa Cruz

“A collection of compelling poems which transcend the reader into every journey awaiting on each page. Reading these poems is like watching little black and white movies.”

– Theresa Masciovecchio, bookkeeper and Nigel Francis, butcher

“These poems are so clean stylistically, so accessible, and yet, so glimmeringly insightful and true. They’re welcoming, which in my opinion is rare in poetry these days.”

– George Lober, author of A Bridge to There