NEW DATE

VIRTUAL CELEBRATION

July 11, 2020 4pm-5pm (Pacific Time)

We would like to recognize your hard work and accomplishments, so a virtual event is planned for Saturday, July 11, from 4 to 5 p.m. on Zoom. More information, including a formal invitation and reading signups, will be forthcoming via email.

SOLD OUT

HAVIK 2020: HOMEWARD

(As of June 23, 2020)

Havik 2020: Homeward is no longer available for ordering. Remember: all admitted artists will receive one free copy by mail.

Currently, books are being sent to fulfill orders and admitted artists.

Before your book arrives by mail: check out some of Homeward in the new "Havik 2020 Homeward" tab.

 
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HAVIK

The Las Positas College Journal of Arts and Literature

 

CURRENT VISUAL SHOWCASE

 
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HIP HOP ARCHITECTURE: SIGNIFYIN' SAMPLE, LAYER, REPEAT

Nathan Williams

2019

CURRENT LITERARY SHOWCASE

THE HOMELESS MAN

CAROL PERRY

2019

Wandering aimlessly down busy Race Street, I enjoy the fingers of light as they reach through the bare branches and touch the street. Looking at nothing in particular I gaze into the shop windows and overhear sound bites as people drift by. My view shifts to the street and something ahead catches my attention: it is a homeless person in a wheelchair half a block up on the other side of the street. My heart jumps as I ask deep in my unconscious, “Could it be him?”

Homeless men of a certain age, somewhere between graying adult and elderly, catch my attention. I know it is mostly impossible for any of them to be my brother, but my mind plays tricks on me. I’ll see him out of the corner of my eye: a characteristic angular, jerky walk, or hair the color of dirty dishwater, or something I can’t quite put my finger on. There are definitely times when his shadow plays upon the light of my day.

 
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