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The Moe Green Discussion hosted By Rafael F J Alvarado

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Join Rafael F J Alvarado as he talks to Lisa Gil Lisa Gill is the author of four books of poetry, including the Red as a Lotus: Letters to a Dead Trappist, Dark Enough, Mortar & Pestle, and The Relenting: A Play of Sorts. A fifth book, Caput Nili: How I Won the War & Lost My Taste for Oranges is a graphic novel (poetry/prose hybrid) and will be out in spring. Lisa also received a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship and an New Mexico Literary Arts Gratitude Award. A long time literary activist, she advises the downtown Albuquerque gallery 516 ARTS on literary events and coordinates poetry for Church of Beethoven. She's founded the Local Poets Guild in Albuquerque and is in the process of turning it into a nonprofit. She also has a new album out with the Michael Vlatkovich trio.