“Out of Our Minds” Podcast Now Available

I had the honor of being interviewed by Rachelle Escamilla on December 9, 2015 for her poetry radio show “Out of Our Minds” on KKUP Cupertino 91.5 fm.  If you missed the show, you can now listen to the podcast online: https://soundcloud.com/rachelle-escamilla/jennykatherineluu.

I hope everyone had a Happy New Year!  I wish you all the best for 2016!

The Whisperings Blog is now officially starting its 3rd year.  Thanks for all the support!

Happy New Year
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A Poetic Discussion on KKUP 91.5 fm

I have the honor of being featured on the Poetry Radio Show Out of Our Minds with Rachelle Linda Escamilla on Wednesday, December 9th from 8-9 PM PST.  I will be discussing and reading from my book Whisperings: A Decade of Poems, as well as sharing some of my recent haiku.  Tune in next Wednesday night to KKUP 91.5 fm or stream it live at KKUP.org.

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Poetry in the Park

Yesterday afternoon, I attended a book launch party for my poet friend Rachelle Escamilla’s Imaginary Animal at San Benito County Historical Park.  It was a beautiful country day, warm and breezy, with a glimpse of the historical past.  The food was amazing and the poetry was touching.  Rachelle is an inspiring poet who writes from the heart.  Imaginary Animal takes you through both her and her family’s memories of the country life, her journey as a poet and what it means to be Mexican.

I had the opportunity and pleasure of starting off the poetry program by reading a few of my poems from Whisperings.  I settled on Forever Creating, The Love of My Life and Absolute Freedom.  It was the first time I read Absolute Freedom out loud but it seemed like the perfect Hollister crowd for a motorcycle poem.  Here is a photo from the event.

Poetry in the Park
Other featured poets of the day included Samuel Ramos and my creative writing professor from San Jose State University, Alan Soldofsky.

My next poetry reading will be a smaller, more intimate setting on Saturday, July 18th and will focus on musical poetry.