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Saturday, October 14 • 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Writers Studio: Art Speaks to Art

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The fresh, colorful, surprising, and moving work of artists at Creativity Explored inspires The Writers Studio students.

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Thomas Adams

Founder, Alta Vista Productions
My Pacifica home looks out on the ocean. Been married since 1987. We still hold hands and kiss. We both write, work, travel together, and from time to time go paddleboarding. I surf, write, bike, hike, sip coffee with milk and maple syrup.
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Eanlai Cronin

Eanlai Cronin is a schoolteacher, memoirist, and certified facilitator in the Amherst Writers and Artists Method. She runs writing groups and retreats in San Francisco’s East Bay for anyone in recovery from addiction, alcoholism, trauma and abuse, and for anyone longing to return... Read More →
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Meaghan Douglas

Meaghan Douglas, a Bay Area native, has been writing for years because of her keen interest in exploring family stories and the role of women within those families and the wider world. She is currently finishing her first novel which contends with issues of femininity and grief... Read More →
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Kim Huynh

Market Research and Publications, Tribe Dynamics
A Bay Area native, Kim Huynh graduated from Stanford in 2014 with a major in English and an emphasis in non-fiction creative writing. She is currently a research and reporting associate for Tribe Dynamics, where she writes about influencer marketing data and trends in the fashion... Read More →
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Elizabeth Pohlman

Elizabeth Pohlman has been telling stories for a long time as an anthropologist. She discovered fiction as a best venue for truths somewhat late in the game and has returned to school at the Writer's Studio in San Francisco. She lives in Oakland, attends beginner's improv classes... Read More →
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Manikya Veena

Before moving to the United States in 2001, Manikya worked as a journalist for Magna Publishing, India’s largest publications company, and freelanced for several National newspapers and magazines. In addition, she authored a short story compilation for children, The Banjara Boys... Read More →

Saturday October 14, 2017 5:00pm - 6:00pm PDT
Creativity Explored 3245 16th Street, San Francisco, CA 94103