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Saturday, October 14 • 8:00pm - 9:00pm
San Francisco Writers Workshop

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San Francisco Writers Workshop The oldest continually-running writing critique group in the world presents an evening of wonder and catharsis.

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Ishita Arora

Ishita Arora writes investigative non-fiction, magical realism, and science fiction. She enjoys writing in peculiar spaces like museum exit corridors, gardens belonging to strangers, and planetariums. She's currently working on a surrealist novel about an all-female guerilla grou... Read More →
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Eric Fain

Eric Fain grew up on a Missouri farm the size of the shopping mall | that’s replaced it. A retired lawyer and forty-six year San | Franciscan, he joined the San Francisco Writers Workshop two years ago | and is writing memoir about his family, his hippie youth, and his... Read More →
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Tim Floreen

Author of YA Fiction
Tim Floreen writes young adult fiction. The New York Public Library named his first novel, Willful Machines, one of the best teen books of 2015, and in a starred review, Kirkus called it "gothic, gadgety, and gay," which is an accurate assessment. Booklist called his second novel... Read More →
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Sam Gong

Journeyman, Indolence Inc
Sam was an obnoxiously optimistic startup guy until his worldview collapsed in Nov 2016. Now he moonlights as an obnoxious wannabe writer on a mission to make everyone as depressed about the future as he is.
avatar for Beverly Parayno

Beverly Parayno

Beverly Parayno is a Filipino American writer. Her fiction, memoir excerpts and interviews have appeared in Narrative Magazine, The Rumpus, Memoir Pool, Huizache, Warscapes and Southword: New Writing from Ireland. Her work has been translated into Chinese. A resident of Oakland... Read More →
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Caroline Smadja

Caroline (pronounced Ca-ro-le-ne) Smadja is a French-born author of North African heritage. Her poems, fiction and essays have appeared in literary magazines in South Africa, Canada, France and the United States, notably in CA Quarterly and in two anthologies published by Seal Press and SUNY Press, respectively. In 2014, her poem... Read More →


Saturday October 14, 2017 8:00pm - 9:00pm
Cafe La Boheme 3318 24th St, San Francisco, CA 94110

Attendees (10)