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Saturday, October 14 • 6:30pm - 7:30pm
The Insider's Guide to Soul-Making

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Contest director and judges for the national Soul-Making Keats Literary Competition read prize-winning fiction, nonfiction, and poems and offer tips/guidelines for successful entries. www.soulmakingcontest.us

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Mary Kennedy Eastham

Writer, Mary Kennedy Eastham
I'm a writer's writer. I hold myself up to the highest standards with my writing and try to make sure my short stories, poetry, flash fiction and essays tell a truth that people can respond to. There isn't a topic that is off limits with me as it relates to writing. I have to say... Read More →
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Sue Granzella

Sue Granzella (San Leandro, CA) teaches third grade in an East Bay public school. She has been writing since 2010, and one of her essays was named Notable in the 2016 book of Best American Essays. Sue has also won a contest with Memoirs Ink, and her work has been recognized numer... Read More →
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Li Miao Lovett

Intercultural Essay Judge, Soul-making Keats Literary Competition
Li Miao Lovett is a writer, educator, and communications director in the San Francisco Bay Area. Li's acclaimed novel In the Lap of the Gods portrays a widower and the baby girl he rescues from the rising waters of the Three Gorges Dam. Her 1st place Intercultural essay from 2009... Read More →
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Eileen Malone

Founder/Director, Soul-Making Keats Literary Competition
Resume: www.eileenmalone.us | What screeners check for when logging literary contest entries.
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Kathleen McClung

Author and educator, Skyline College, The Writing Salon
Kathleen McClung's poetry collection, "The Typists Play Monopoly," is forthcoming from Kelsay Books in Spring, 2018. Her chapbook, "Almost the Rowboat," was published in 2013 by Finishing Line Press. Nominated for Best of the Net and Pushcart prizes, she won the Rita Dove, Shirl... Read More →
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Rita Williams

TV News Reporter, KTVU-TV, retired
Rita Williams was a leader in the first wave of women reporters on television 41 years ago, reporting hard news and investigative stories. She is now  retired from KTVU-TV where she worked as an award-winning reporter for 35 years.  Rita started the station’s SF bureau in 1980, was its bureau chief, covered politics, the law, breaking and top stories. She was known for her exclusive interviews and stories, as well as her investigative work... Read More →

Saturday October 14, 2017 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Scarlet Sage 1193 Valencia Street, San Francisco, CA 94110

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