Sunday, November 4, 2012

HOWL Cafe at Copper Mountain College, November 8


November 8, 12-1 pm
Room 401 (art/auto) 

Copper Mountain Community College

Coffee and Scones Served

Hosted by the Cultural Education Enhancement Committee

Sponsored by the Copper Mountain College Foundation


Caryn Davidson is a park ranger at Joshua Tree National Park. She has worked in the education branch for 14 years, presenting environmental education programs in classrooms, and conducting hikes with students in the park. She is also the park liaison for the Artist-in-Residence program. Some of her poetry and prose have been published in The Stone, The Pacific Crest Trailside Reader, GEO (German edition), L.A. Weekly, LAICA Forum, National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated series, and Interpretive Writing.
Phillip Rosenberg writes poetry and groovin' mythopoetic folk-rock you can sink your imagination into. His poetry has been published in Black Moon, Fine Homebuilding, and Hudson View. His book Raised in the Shadow is available in print at and as an ebook through He lives in Joshua Tree with his wife Catherine.
Cynthia Anderson moved to the high desert near Joshua Tree National Park in 2008. Her poems have been published widely and have received several awards. Her collaborations with her husband, Bill Dahl, appear in the books Shared Visions and In the Mojave, available at She is co-editor of A Bird Black As the Sun: California Poets on Crows & Ravens (Green Poet Press, 2011), available at

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 Selected poems by CMC STUDENT AUTHORS