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Saturday, October 14 • 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Rolling Writers Parting The Veil

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Rolling Writers part the veil dividing image from reality, clarity from confusion, life from death, dreaming from wakefulness, person from person, this from that.

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avatar for Peter Bullen

Peter Bullen

Somewhere sandwiched between a novella about a fella, a fleshy bit of flash fiction and a prose poem colliding with a short story lies the work of Peter Bullen. His first book of short fiction, Wallflower, came out last year from Nomadic Press. Joshua Mohr described it as a "stra... Read More →
avatar for Michael Crabtree

Michael Crabtree

Michael Crabtree is a multi-instrumentalists, a singer-songwriter, and the steady rolling musical soul of Rolling Writers.
avatar for Stephen D. Gutierrez

Stephen D. Gutierrez

Stephen D. Gutierrez is the author of three books of stories and essays and hybrid pieces, and winner of an American Book Award and numerous other honors. He has new work due in Chicago Quarterly Review, Permafrost, Oakland Review and the [100 word story] anthology Nothing Short... Read More →
avatar for L.J. Moore

L.J. Moore

LJ Moore lives and writes in San Francisco. Her most recent book of illustrated flash fiction, small, fierce things, is available from AchiotePress.com. LJ has sailed around the Arctic Circle on a tall ship, and trained rats to spin in circles on command. In her spare time, LJ pi... Read More →
avatar for Jon Sindell

Jon Sindell

Jon Sindell writes prose of every length, essays, and humor. His long-story collection, Family Happiness, was published in 2016; his flash-fiction collection, The Roadkill Collection, in 2014. Jon practiced law for twenty-plus years, with an emphasis on civil rights litigation, and is now a full-time personal humanities tutor. He curates... Read More →
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Genanne Walsh

Genanne Walsh is the author of Twister, awarded the Big Moose Prize for the Novel from Black Lawrence Press. Twister was also shortlisted for the 2016 Housatonic Book Award in Fiction and the Sarton Women’s Book Award. She lives in San Francisco with her wife and dogs.


Saturday October 14, 2017 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Faye's Video & Espresso Bar 3614 18th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110

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