Poet Andrew Duke Killmer

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Saturday, February 25, 2017, 6:00 p.m.
Robbie Waters Library

Our next Scriptorium is February 25!

Poet Andrew Duke Killmer will be our next guest at Scriptorium Saturday!

Andrew’s poems and stories have appeared in print and online in The Suisun Valley Review, Brev Spread, and The Black Rabbit Magazine.

In 2010, he received the Quinton Duval Award in Creative Writing, and in 2015 won the Dominic J. Bazzanella Literary Award (1st place, Graduate Poetry).

In addition to poetry, he writes fiction and non-fiction, mostly by longhand.

Andrew holds a Master’s degree in Creative Writing from California State University, Sacramento, and intends to pursue a PhD in Creative Writing in 2018.

He is currently working on a project centered on what it means to be a 20/21st century American.

Andrew lives in South Sacramento with his wife and their dog, Pig.

We look forward to Andrew joining us at the next Scriptorium – and you as well!

Open mic to follow Andrew’s presentation.

Jovonny “JDWorldwide” Devicente

img_4232-copyBorn and raised in Los Angeles, Jovonny “JDWorldWide” Devicente is a poet, hip-hop artist and activist.

Over the years he has performed all over the Los Angeles area, including the famous performing arts theatre, Da Poetry Lounge, Los Angeles City Hall, and the internet radio program Speak and B Heard.

He wrote, directed, and starred in the documentary Police State (currently in post production). In the documentary he speaks with various people throughout Los Angeles about their social views, and interviews the creator of the Zeitgeist Film Series, Peter Joseph.

Now that Jovonny’s relocated to Sacramento, you can find him performing his music and poetry at various local venues including Old Ironsides, Queen Sheeba and Scriptorium Saturday.

His efforts as a conscious artist and thinker have not gone unnoticed, especially in the hip-hop community. His Twitter account @jdworldwide has landed follows from Public Enemy’s Professor Griff and Digital Underground.

Jovonny’s work focuses on conspiracy, philosophy, spirituality and global social issues.

He performed music and poetry at Scriptorium on Saturday, September 17, 2016.

Jovonny “JDWorldWide” Devicente

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Born and raised in Los Angeles, Jovonny “JDWorldWide” Devicente is a poet, hip-hop artist and activist.

Over the years he has performed all over the Los Angeles area, including the famous performing arts theatre, Da Poetry Lounge, Los Angeles City Hall, and the internet radio program Speak and B Heard.

He wrote, directed, and starred in the documentary Police State (currently in post production). In the documentary he speaks with various people throughout Los Angeles about their social views, and interviews the creator of the Zeitgeist Film Series, Peter Joseph.

Now that Jovonny’s relocated to Sacramento, you can find him performing his music and poetry at various local venues including Old Ironsides, Queen Sheeba and Scriptorium Saturday.

His efforts as a conscious artist and thinker have not gone unnoticed, especially in the hip-hop community. His Twitter account @jdworldwide has landed follows from Public Enemy’s Professor Griff and Digital Underground.

Jovonny’s work focuses on conspiracy, philosophy, spirituality and global social issues.

He will perform music and poetry at Scriptorium on Saturday, September 17, 2016, 6:30 p.m., at Robbie Waters Library. Come prepared to get some knowledge!

Open to the Community | Refreshments | Open Mic

Strategies in Education

Strategies in Education
Saturday, July 23, 2016, 6:00 p.m.
Robbie Waters Library


Saturday, July 23rd, 6:00 p.m. marks the first Scriptorium/ L.O.V.E. Project Event. This event will offer parents learning and teaching strategies that can help their children in school. Several Educators will speak to this topic and the broader scope of Public Education. You don’t want to miss this important event and the Q & A session that will follow. Invite others as well.

Sign up for this session here.