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Saturday, October 14 • 8:00pm - 9:00pm
The Escapery: The Animal Radical

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Why do we Human the dog, Story the cat, Elephant the myth? Our writers explore the ebullient linguistic space of animals, stories, and translation.

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avatar for Nancy Au

Nancy Au

Co-founder and instructor, The Escapery
My writing appears in FRiGG, Gone Lawn, Tahoma Literary Review, Lunch Ticket, Pithead Chapel, The Pinch, Beloit Fiction Journal, Hermeneutic Chaos Journal, SmokeLong Quarterly, The Journal of Compressed Creative Arts, Liminal Stories, Forge Literary Magazine, Fiction Southeast, M... Read More →
avatar for Carson Beker

Carson Beker

Carson Beker is a writer, playwright, and storyteller. They are the co-founder of The Escapery, a Writing Unschool. Their work has appeared in Foglifter, Gigantic Sequins, Sparkle + Blink, Transfer Magazine, and Bourbon Penn. Their plays have been produced at or developed through... Read More →
avatar for Nara Dahlbacka

Nara Dahlbacka

Nara Dahlbacka is an Oakland native, currently living in Alameda. A playwright and director, she holds an MFA from SFSU. Her work has been in the GreenHouse Festival, The Exit Theatre, SF Olympians (2018), and (this) SF Lit Crawl. She is also in the SF Playground Writers Pool. She won the Dilling Yang Fellowship in Playwrighting, 2nd place Highsmith Award, two Sherrill Corwin Theatre Awards, semi-finalist for the Jim Cauble One Act awards, and received one of the first Yeah, I Said Feminist! Theatre Fellowships. By day, she works in local politics... Read More →
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Ai Eva

Ai Eva is a Japanese-born playwright/poet/translator/illustrator, who is an MFA candidate at SFSU. She is a member of the Writers Pool for Berkeley Rep Theatre’s PlayGround and her plays have been produced at Theatre of Yugen, PianoFight and Exit Theater. Her work has appeared... Read More →
avatar for Sasha Wright

Sasha Wright

Sasha Wright is a fiction writer and social justice activist from Oakland CA. She is an MFA candidate at San Francisco State University, where she is working on her novel about time traveling lesbians.


Saturday October 14, 2017 8:00pm - 9:00pm
Red Poppy Art House 2698 Folsom St, San Francisco, CA 94110

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