Amos White at Alameda Authors Series 2


For the second year, AAUW Alameda and Oakmont of Cardinal Point present a spring series of talks featuring authors who live and write in Alameda. Our March author Amos White will present selections from his poetry and discuss the creative process and current projects. His book The Sound of the Web: Haiku and Poetry on Facebook and Twitter is available on Look for the event in the ballroom up the stairs from the front entrance. Free and open to the public. To ensure seating, please reserve your spot at

About the author:

Amos White is an American haiku poet and author of “The Sound of the Web: Haiku and Poetry on Facebook and Twitter” (, recognized for his vivid imagery and breathless interpretations. He was a Finalist in the NPR National Cherry Blossom Haiku Contest 2013 and has works published in The Wittenberg Review, Oakland Review, Bones Journal, San Francisco BayView, Area 17, World Haiku Association Anthology. He is President of Bay Area Generations literary reading series; Host of The Heart of the Muse arts salon; Producer of Beyond Words: Jazz + Poetry show. Amos lives in Alameda with his family.