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Marin Poets Live! is a public access television show presented by Marin County Free Library and features host Neshama Franklin, who works at the Fairfax Library. The show introduces local Marin poets and delves into their reasons for writing and the influence that living in Marin County has had on their poetry. The monthly show appears the second Thursday of each month at 7:30pm PST. Check the Community Media Center of Marin for schedules.

The interview with Gerald Fleming aired on Marin Poets Live! on Thursday, May 9, 2013 at 7:30pm. (Credits - Director: Nancy Finston, Cameras: Lori Greenleaf, Technical Director: Brad Flaharty, Producers: Neshama Franklin and Brian Jones).

Watch the archived episode and read Gerald Fleming's biography and bibliography below.

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Bio

Gerald Fleming

Fleming taught in San Francisco's public schools for thirty-seven years and has written three books for teachers, including Rain, Steam, and Speed.

From 1995 to 2000, he edited and published the literary magazine Barnabe Mountain Review. In 2013, with his brother and sister—glass artists Bernie Fleming and Michaela Fleming—he launched the limited-edition magazine One (More) Glass.

He has won numerous awards and fellowships.