The Sanitarium Spa, pictured above, hosted the 100tpc event.
Note the circular balcony arch on the upper level. Note the sea-colored stained glass “porthole” on the left of the door. The main door for entry is all the way on the right of this image. Click the image above for further information on the Sanitarium Spa of San Luis Obispo, an amazing bed & breakfast for nightly or weekly visits, also a grand central for local talent.
Above is inside the “porthole” looking out.
The stage is set. The chairs are in order. We await the crowd. The porthole looks over the scene from the left.
Extra hands for making music this evening
A crowd arrives! Success! Many notable writers, representing SLO and environs, converge upon the Sanitarium to stand up for world change, to make their voices heard and to contribute to local issue of hunger and poverty. Just in time for the holidays. Pictured above is SLO’s very first poet laureate, Ray Clark Dickson.
Main organizer and host, the illustrious poet Kevin Patrick Sullivan, describes the worldwide effort and unites the crowd with his thoughts and writing.