Avenue 50 Studio in Highland park might rightly deserve the credit for having (and sharing) the only motion picture recording of Amy Uyematsu reading her poetry on the Internet. Many thanks! We have Amy reading a humorous (and amorous) piece about the great film actor Toshiro Mifune.

From wikipedia.com: “Amy Uyematsu (born 1947) is a Japanese-American poet. Growing up in Southern California, she was torn between her American self and Japanese self, a conflict which has deeply influenced her poetry. She is also a high school math teacher and many of her poems reflect elements of math and quote mathematic equations. She has published three poetry books: Nights of Fire, Nights of Rain, 30 Miles from J-town, and Stone Bow Prayer (Copper Canyon Press, 2005).”


venuer presents “Amy Uyematsu: Ave 50 Studio”

Presentation Design and Research  by . . . . . . . Bryan Wilhite