• March 29, 2017
  • 7:00 pm
  • First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco
    1187 Franklin Street
    San Francisco, CA 94109
Add to Calendar 03/29/2017 7:00 pm 03/29/2017 America/Los_Angeles An Evening with Poet Tyler Knott Gregson An Evening with Poet Tyler Knott Gregson First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco
1187 Franklin Street
San Francisco, CA 94109
false MM/DD/YYYY

Pre-registration - $20
At the door - $25
 Members - $16

Buy Tickets

With loyal fans around the world and across the internet, Tyler Knott Gregson is part of a new generation of poets reinventing the art for the modern digital age. His use of social media engages readers and supports his creative process as a poet and photographer, resulting in his poetry books hitting bestseller lists, where the genre is rarely represented.

Tyler's third collection Wildly into the Dark: Typewriter Poems and the Rattlings of a Curious Mind includes a continuation of his popular Typewriter Series poems (featured in his first book, Chasers of the Light) as well as never-before-published images. Filled with vivid photographs and even more vivid emotions, Wildly into the Dark is a must-have for longtime fans as well as newcomers to Tyler's unique brand of passionate, intimate, and playful words and images. Join us for an evening of poetry and conversation with Tyler Knott Gregson and San Francisco poet Brynn Saito. Book signing and meet and greet with Tyler Knott Gregson to follow. Books available for sale.

Tyler Knott Gregson is a poet, author, and Buddhist who lives in the mountains of Helena, Montana.  In addition to his previous poetry collections, Chasers of the Light and All the Words Are Yours, his first children's book, North Pole Ninjas, written with Sarah Linden, was published in 2016. Tyler headshot

Brynn Saito is the author of two books of poetry, Power Made Us Swoon (2016) and The Palace of Contemplating Departure (2013), winner of the Benjamin Saltman Poetry Award from Red Hen Press and a finalist for the Northern California Book Award. Her poetry has been anthologized by Helen Vendler and Ishmael Reed; it has also appeared in the New York Times Sunday Magazine, Poetry Northwest, and Virginia Quarterly Review. She is the recipient of a Kundiman Asian American Poetry Fellowship and winner of the Key West Literary Seminar's Scotti Merrill Memorial Award. Originally from Fresno, CA, Brynn teaches, lives, and works in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Saito headshot

Photo by Whitney Frank

Stay Connected to CIIS